Over the past ten years this 500-acre preserve in Bolton has been a safe-haven for humans and wildlife, provided opportunities for learning and connection, and protected the water quality of Lake George.
Amy’s Park includes headwaters for Indian Brook, a major tributary of Lake George. The property’s significant wetlands act as natural sponges, moderating water flow, reducing flooding, and capturing sediment, thereby preventing it from reaching the Lake.
To celebrate its anniversary and ten-year impact on the Lake and community, we’ve assembled a gallery of photos and testimonials showcasing all of the beauty at Amy’s Park, contributed by LGLC staff, preserve guests and photographers, including Carl Heilman, II, and William Adamczak. Our thanks to all of these contributors, and to all who have enjoyed the trails at Amy’s Park!