Hague Town Park
The Town Park is located on Route 9N, just south of the intersection with Route 8.
- Beach: 10 am - 6 pm daily from late June through August
- Visitor Center: Sa-Sun 10 am - 5 pm; Mo-Fr 11 am - 4 pm from June 23 through Labor Day
- Boat Launch: $15 launch fee for non-residents. Town Residents who have a multi-use sticker affixed to their vehicle are exempt from the launch fee. Open May 25 - October 8th: Detailed schedule posted at the launch.
Summer Concert Series
During the Summer Months, a concert series is held in the park, FREE of charge.
In case of inclement weather, the concerts are held at the Community Center.
Mrs. Robert E. Henry dreamed of giving a small beach to the Hague children in memory of her deceased husband. A piece of property at Cape Cod Village was originally proposed, but the Town Fathers felt that the property was too far out of town. The beach-for-children idea was abandoned by Mrs. Henry but not by the Town Fathers.
In the early 1950's, the Hague Town Board sought to provide a beach and park for its residents since swimming at the "steamer dock" was for those expert in swimming only. It was a pleasure not available to all. (These comments were recorded in a resolution in the minutes of 1955.) The Town Board pursued the matter. The Burgey family had a lovely piece of property on the shores of Lake George that would be beneficial to all residents of the town. A public referendum was held to purchase this 1½ acre piece of property with more than 300 feet of lakeshore for the sum of $25,000 to create a public park and beach. On July 7, 1955 the Town Board unanimously voted to name this park the Robert E. Henry Memorial Park. In a thank you letter to the Town Board, Mrs. Henry spoke of her family carrying out her husband's ideals.