About the Crandall Park Beautification Committee

Crandall MonumentCrandall Park, located on Glen Street in Glens Falls, New York, has a long and deep history. The park, established by the late Henry Crandall in 1800, was once adorned with beautiful gardens, large ponds, and open lands. At one point in time, motorized boats were even able to navigate the large ponds. Proudly, the park is home to a giant memorial obelisk topped with a 5-point star. The obelisk marks the crypts of Henry Crandall and his wife Beatrice and perhaps even his pair of white horses. Crandall Park Beautification Committee, established in 1999, has united and energized a local citizen-group to improve the park appearance.

Some of the accomplishments include:

The Crandall Park Beautification Committee is now working to improve the area in the front of the bandstand, and install additional benches around the fountain and pond. We recognize the efforts of everyone involved  in our endeavors. We encourage you to support in making Crandall Park the gem that it has been for over 100 years.