PAUSING for safety
The Town of Keene is joining with fellow New Yorkers and friends around the world in a PAUSE to resist
the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Please understand that this is not the time to visit the Adirondacks. Our natural beauty and welcoming
residents will be here for you after the crisis passes. We ask you to respect the guidance of health care
experts who say the best way to slow the spread of COVID-19 is for all of us to remain home.
We also ask that you be grateful for the work of those on the front lines of this health care emergency.
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THE GARDEN SHUTTLE WILL NOT BE OPERATING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
2019 GARDEN/JOHNS BROOK VALLEY HIKER SHUTTLE SCHEDULE
The Garden Parking Lot in Keene Valley is open.
Parking is $10/day and there is a self-service payment system.
SHUTTLE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
When the Garden is full, please park at the Rooster Comb parking lot or at the school on Market Street. Please don't park on narrow streets or block access to homes.
Le parking Jardin de la Vallée de Keene est ouvert.
Le stationnement coûte 10 dollars par jour et il existe un système de paiement en libre service.
NAVETTE FERMEE POUR LA SAISON
Lorsque le jardin est plein, veuillez vous garer sur le parking du Rooster Comb ou à l’école de Market Street. Ne vous garez pas dans les rues étroites et ne bloquez pas l'accès aux maisons.
Hikers can park at Marcy Field and ride the shuttle to the Garden trailhead on weekends. The cost is $10 round-trip per person ($13 Canadian). The shuttle runs from 7 am until 7 pm Saturday & Sunday. The fee we collect goes to paying for road and parking lot maintence, portatpotties, and staff to run everything.
CURRENT SHUTTLE SCHEDULE
The shuttle operates from the Southwest corner of Marcy Field, off Route 73.
A fee of $10.00 American (Canadian @ $13.00) will be charged per person for a round trip. The fees pay for Front Country Stewards, maintenance, winter snowplowing, and portable toilets.
Thank you for your continued support in this project. We hope that reasonable management will ensure continued access to the High Peaks Wilderness.