Take a Walk!
Exploring Downtown Gloversville
Downtown Gloversville Historic Walk
Walk in the footsteps of the glove workers and railroad employees as you explore Downtown Gloversville and see the architecture of buildings that have been in existence for over 100 years. For a map of the trail and more information, click here.
Gloversville Little Library Trail
Explore Downtown and grab a book for the journey home! Stops include the Gloversville Public Library, a used book store, and little libraries at parks where you can sit and enjoy the outdoors while diving into a good book. For a map of the trailn, click here.
Visit Gloversville’s History and DRI Projects On
Whether you are discovering Gloversville for the first time, or you are a tourist in your own city, take this new self-guided walk that highlights both historic buildings and those being transformed through the $10 Million Downtown Revitalization Initiative Grant (DRI). Click here for the guide.
FJ&G Rail Trail
While the trail runs through a big portion of Fulton County, the main trail passes through the City of Gloversville and follows a portion of Cayadutta Creek. Trail parking can be found at Trail Station Park on West Fulton Street. For a trail map, click here.
Welcome to Downtown Gloversville, where we have a vibrant, historic, interesting city that is very walkable to explore! Whether you are an urban hiker that explores points of interest around the city that you hike in, or meander as you view nature, examine architecture and enjoy the sights and sounds of a new place, Gloversville is the perfect small city for traversing. Find the hidden gems in Downtown Gloversville as you use these walking urban trails.
Of course, exploring on your own is always fun, too! Be sure to stop and visit our Downtown businesses while you enjoy your journey through Gloversville. Click here for our Downtown Business Guide so you can map out your best shopping routes!