Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsA
- Crime & SafetyNG
- Good for FamiliesA+
- Cost of LivingB-
- Health & FitnessA-
- Outdoor ActivitiesA
Clifton Park is a suburb of with a population of 36,728. Clifton Park is in Saratoga County and is one of the best places to live in New York. Living in Clifton Park offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Clifton Park there are a lot of restaurants and parks. Many families live in Clifton Park and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Clifton Park are highly rated.
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Clifton Park Reviews
I have lived in Clifton Park for the past 9 years. When I first moved in 2011, I was one of the few Asians living in this town. As the company Global Foundries grew, more Asians moved in and the diversity became much better. Clifton Park has always felt like a safe place, and it is very peaceful and calm. However, there is not much to do at all. We have many restaurants, so all we can do with friends is to go out and eat. If you want to explore more and go on adventures, you will need to drive and go visit places nearby that have more activities to do. I've still had some memorable experiences and fun nights here. You can still make the best out of living here, but everyone always says it's boring. We do not have public transportation, so everyone needs a car or someone that can drive them in order to get to places. There aren't places that are in walking distance either. We have parks, a tiny mall, and a really nice public library. Clifton Park is definitely a small, nice, community.
I spent the majority of my childhood in the blissful suburbs of Clifton Park, and these were the happiest days of my life. My school (Okte Elementary) helped me to develop as a learner by using innovative and creative methods to teach us basic arithmetic, reading, and writing. Our curiosity was always encouraged and never stifled. I loved the neighborhood of West Sky Lane. Although I was a child, my parents never worried about me nonchalantly roaming the neighborhood with my friends. The neighborhood was a tight-knit community, where everybody looked out for each other. As it has a relatively-less population compared to the crowded districts of New York, such as Manhattan, one can reach their destination with little to minimal traffic. Although I wished for a greater representation of the Indian community in this suburb, Clifton Park is a safe, clean and warm environment for families and individuals of all ages, and one that I cherish with all of my heart.
Growing town with lots of beautiful nature. Though side walks may be lacking, there are plenty of biking/running trails if you know where to find them. Any time of day (except in the winter) you can see people walking or running. While many teenagers may complain about the school district, compared to most public schools in America it's a pretty great education. The high school is very big, but at least this means that there is a place for almost anyone, there is a lot of course selection, and we dominate almost every sporting event. While diversity is unfortunately lacking, but the town does seem to be becoming more diverse.