Thomas Bull Memorial Park

Thomas Bull Memorial Park

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The Thomas Bull Memorial Park is currently the second largest developed park in the County’s Park System, spanning over 719-acres. The development of the park was initiated in 1965, with the acquisition of four dairy farms, resulting in the construction of a picnic grove and 18-hole championship golf course and lodge to be named Stony Ford Golf Course. In 1965, the park was officially renamed the Thomas Bull Memorial Park, after one of the earliest settlers in the County. The County Legislature approved the naming of the park, after descendants of Thomas Bull donated 189-acres of land to the county adjacent to the original County park, presently referred to at Hill-Hold Museum. Over the next several years, many new recreational facilities were added to the park to provide opportunities for individuals to participate in ice skating, skiing, tennis, boating, fishing and equestrian activities.

In most recent years, an Arboretum has been developed at this location and is a magnificent site that attracts visitors from all over. On any given day of the week, Thomas Bull Memorial Park has a variety of activities taking place. This facility is a great example of the many benefits that Orange County’s Parks System has to offer. The park is located in Campbell Hall, NY.

Amenities include:

  • 18 Hole Golf Course
  • Driving Range
  • Banquet Facility
  • Pro Shop
  • Tennis Courts
  • Boat House
  • Ball Fields
  • Horse Riding Area/Stables
  • 5-Acre Pond
  • Fishing
  • Dog Park
  • Winter Sports Area
  • Picnic Shelters
  • Picnic Tables
  • Benches
  • Exercise Area
  • Arboretum
  • Playgrounds
  • Volleyball Courts
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Hill-Hold Historic Museum
  • Comfort Stations and Parking

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