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 All Bear Mountain Listings10911, history, perkins memorial tower, appalachian trail, bear mountain bridge, park attractions, attractions at bear mountain, merry-go-round pavilion, perkins memorial tower, zoo, children, historic, about bear mountain state park | Rockland

 Bear Mountain Parks | Local and State

Things to Do, Bear Mountain Park, hikers, historic Appalachian trail, campgrounds, great hiking, hikers, attractiions, activities, swimming pool, nature trails, Zoo, ice-skating, Biking, Cross-Country Skiing, Merry-Go-Round | Rockland Bear Mountain State Park

845-786-2701 
  Bear Mountain State Park is located on the west side of the Hudson River in both Orange and Rockland counties in New York State. The 5,067-acre (20.51 km2) Bear Mountain State Park, flagship of the Palisades Interstate Park System, is renowned for its natural beauty and rugged mountains and is just 50 miles north of midtown New York City (via Palisades Interstate Pkwy North), in the historic and beautiful Hudson River Valley.

Things to Do at Bear Mountain State Park Bear Mountain State Park | Rockland  photos, website and more . . .

Hessian Lake at Bear Mountain State Park, rowboat rentals, Hudson River Fishing, Things to Do in the Summer, day-break from NYC, visit Bear Mountain, Picnic, kids, special attraction, Bear Mountain Park Carousel, Scenic Views | Rockland Hessian Lake in Bear Mountain Park

845-786-2701 
  Click to enlarge photo of Hessian Lake at Bear Mountain State Park.

Click to enlarge photo of Hessian Lake at Bear Mountain Park Hessian Lake offers a dock on the Hudson River for mooring small craft, rowboat rentals on the lake, and Hudson River Fishing.

Add Bear Mountain Park to your list of Things to Do in the Summer . Plan a picnic, launch your kayak or canoe, and go Boating at Bear Mountain Park. Hessian Lake in Bear Mountain Park | Rockland  photos, website and more . . .

History, Bear Mountain State Park, Hudson River Valley, about the history of Bear Mountain Park, Seven Lakes Drive, Work Progress Administration, spent five years on projects at Bear Mountain State Park | Rockland Mid-20th Century Guide to Bear Mountain - Perkins Point

 
  The following excerpt about the history of Bear Mountain Park was written in New York, A Guide to the Empire State compiled in 1940.
    Early Guide to Bear Mountain and Perkins Point
    "At 2.6 m. is the entrance to the Bear Mountain Bridge (car with passengers, 50 cents; trailer, 35 cents; pedestrian 10 cents). The bridge, which was opened to traffic in November 1924, is 2,257 feet in length; the central span, with a clearance of 135 feet, is 1,632 feet long.
Mid-20th Century Guide to Bear Mountain - Perkins Point | Rockland  more . . .

photo, visit, attraction, Perkins Drive, Perkins Point, Perkins Memorial Tower, spectacular views, Harriman State Park, Hudson River, Hike, bike, day trip, vacationing, Bear Mountain Bridge, Fort Montgomery, day trip, sightsee, sight see, tourist site | Rockland Perkins Point and Perkins Memorial Tower

845-786-2701 
  Click to enlarge photo of View at Perkins Point.

Click to enlarge photo of View at Perkins Point Perkins Drive, also known as Perkins Point and Perkins Memorial Tower, stands at the summit of Bear Mountain State Park, 1,305 feet above the Hudson River. The tower was completed in 1934 and dedicated to George Walbridge Perkins, the first President and widely regarded founder of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission (PIPC). Perkins Point and Perkins Memorial Tower | Rockland  website and more . . .

Get away from NYC, day in the country, Visit Bear Mountain Park, scenic spots, photo opportunities, Magnificent scenery, rugged landscapes, Hudson River landscapes, hiking trails, day trip to Bear Mountain, activities, attractions xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx | Rockland Photo Opportunities at Bear Mountain

 
 
Click to enlarge photo of an Early Evening Swim in Hessian Lake.

Click to enlarge photo of Evening Swim at Hessian Lake
Photo opportunities abound at Bear Mountain State Park located in the Bear Mountain Region of New York State. Bear Mountain offers the photographer stunning scenery and landscapes throughout the year. The photographic artist has opportunities to build their own portfolio of artistic impressions at one of many scenic spots just waiting to be photgraphed.

Things To Do at Bear Mountain Park Photo Opportunities at Bear Mountain | Rockland  more . . .

Bear Mountain Park, Museum, Wildlife Center, Zoo, Appalachian Trail, Children, Visit, Fort Montgomery, Hudson River, Young children, older children, visiting, Revolutionary War, battles, Visit historic, 1777 1779 Trails, War of Independence, history | Rockland Trailside Museums and Zoo at Bear Mountain

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Click to enlarge Beaver Sign

Click to enlarge photo of Beaver Eating a Pumpkin
The sign reads:
Orphan - Raised at Trailside

"Due to years of unregulated trapping, the Beaver virtually disappeared from the United States. Reintroduced into this region in 1920 when 3 pairs were released in the park. Now very common.The beaver is the largest of North American rodents, weighing as much as 70 lbs. In addition to its large chisel-like teeth, it has webbed hind feet for swimming. The flat tail is also used for swimming, a rudder, and to slap the water surface when alarmed. Usually 4-5 kits are born well-furred with eyes open, in late spring or summer. Able to swim almost immediately. Feeds to a large extent on the bark of aspen, willow, birch, and maple. Aquatic plants are also part of its diet." Trailside Museums and Zoo at Bear Mountain | Rockland  photos, website and more . . .
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10994, Park, West Nyack, NY, scenic views, History, natural attraction, Things to Do at Buttermilk Falls Park, Birding, Hiking / Walking (moderate level hike), Nature Walks, Picnicking, Scenic Views | Rockland Buttermilk Falls Park

845-364-2670 
  Buttermilk Falls Park, a 75-acre park, is located at 199 South Greenbush Road, West Nyack, NY 10994 in Rockland County. The park is maintained in its natural state offering many scenic views with picnic opportunities at the base of the falls. The falls are typically full in early spring and after a rainfall. The land is primarily steep woodland with Buttermilk Falls cascading down the mountain through a gorge that is part of the Palisades ridge. At the top of several scenic overlooks, views span New Jersey to the south, Ramapo Mountains to the west and South Mountain to the north. Buttermilk Falls Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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10927, Park, Haverstraw, NY, Rockland County, swimming, Olympic size pool, handicap accessible playground, tennis court, fishing pier, picnic tables, activities, Things to Do at Bowline Point Park, Fishing pier, Playground, Pools, Tennis Court | Rockland Bowline Point Park

845-429-4099 
  Bowline Point Park is located on Bowline Road (off Samsondale Avenue), Haverstraw, NY 10927 in Rockland County. The park is located on the Hudson River behind the power plant.

Go swimming at Bowline Point Park offering an Olympic size pool with a diving well and wading area, two water slides, a newly re-designed toddler pool, a toddler playground, a handicap accessible water spray area, a handicap accessible playground, one refurbished tennis court, regulation size volleyball courts, walking paths and a fishing pier with a spectacular river view. There are also numerous picnic tables and grills throughout the park for picnics and a covered pavilion and gazebo for parties. Bowline Point Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10927, Park, Haverstraw, NY, Rockland County, picnic areas, hiking trails, lake for fishing, over-night camping, activities, attractions, Things to Do at Cheesecote Mountain Park, Camping Grounds, Fishing, lake and river fishing, Nature Trails | Rockland Cheesecote Mountain Park

845-429-2200 
  Cheesecote Mountain Park, a 217-acre park, is located at Willow Grove Road, Haverstraw, NY in Rockland County. Cheesecote Mountain Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

Village of Haverstraw, waterfront park, Haverstraw Bay, playground, gazebo,Things to Do, Bird Watching and Nature Study, Boat Launch, Fishing in Esopus Island, Kayaking & Canoeing, Picnicking, Playground, Scenic views, visiting Emeline Park | Rockland Emeline Park "Scenic Hudson Valley"

845-429-0300 
  Village of Haverstraw, Rockland County
Hudson River Valley, New York State

From Scenic Hudson: "Haverstraw, Rockland County (3 acres)óCo-owned with the Village of Haverstraw, this waterfront park boasts sweeping views of Haverstraw Bay, the Hudson River's widest point, as well as a playground, gazebo and universally accessible walking path. Emeline Park is managed by the Village of Haverstraw." Emeline Park  "Scenic Hudson Valley" | Rockland  website and more . . .

10993, Park, West Haverstraw, NY, History, Wildlife, Things to Do at Haverstraw Bay Park, Boat Launch, Boating (Canoeing, Kayaking), Fishing pier, Hikine and Walking trails, Nature trails, Pavilion,Playgrounds, Accessible | Rockland Haverstraw Bay Park

845-364-2670 
  Haverstraw Bay Park, 27-acres in size, is located at 21 Gagan Road, West Haverstraw, NY 10993 in Rockland County.

"The Park borders the Hudson River and provides water-based recreational opportunities. The site has a protected area to launch boats. There are also picnic facilities, an open air pavilion, playgrounds, nature and walking trails, Parks office, fishing piers, three which are located on a freshwater pond, and the Rockland County September 11 Memorial." Haverstraw Bay Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10927, Haverstraw Beach, State Park, Haverstraw, NY, Rockland Lake State Park, Nyack Beach bike path at Hook Mountain, A Bit of History, Things to Do, Biking, Bird Watching, Hiking / Walking Trails | Rockland Haverstraw Beach State Park

845-359-0544 
  Haverstraw Beach State Park is located at 200 Riverside Ave., Haverstraw, NY 10927 in Rockland County.

"Haverstraw Beach State Park is a component of the larger Rockland Lake State Park complex. The park is just north of the Rockland Lake golf course, on the east side of Route 9W. The Nyack Beach bike path at Hook Mountain runs directly through the heart of Haverstraw Beach Park. There is a small parking area at the north end, or you can enter from the south at Rockland Lake or Nyack Beach." Haverstraw Beach State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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H. Pierson Mapes Flat Rock Park

845-364-2670 
  H. Pierson Mapes Flat Rock Park , 1 acre in size, is located at 101 Torne Valley Road, Hillburn, NY 10931 in Rockland County.

"The park encompasses a river bank outcrop of the billion-year-old bedrock of the Ramapo Mountains (Granitic Gneiss). This expanse of bedrock smoothed by glacial outwash water action has long provided a popular spot for fishing, canoeing and nature observation. The park provides the best public access along the 37-mile length of the Ramapo River. The picturesque vista from the park includes a view of the Torne Mountain in nearby Harriman State Park." H. Pierson Mapes Flat Rock Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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 Monsey Parks | Local and State

10952, Monsey, NY, History, Wildlife, White-tailed Deer, Muskrat, Opossum, Raccoon, Rabbit, Woodchuck, Skunk, Squirrel, Chipmunk, Nuthatch, Woodpecker, Things to Do at Monsey Glen Park, Hiking Trails, Nature study | Rockland Monsey Glen Park

845-364-2670 
  Monsey Glen Park, 25-acres in size, is located at 140 Saddle River Road, Monsey, NY 10952 in Rockland County.

The Glen is a tract of land with a full growth of verdure covering many walking trails. It contains scenic natural beauty with sandstone overhangs. Below a stream flows to the southwest. The abandoned railroad bed marks the boundary on the northwest side. Trees are Red Oak, Black Oak, Maple, Poplar, Dogwood, Sumac, and Trailing Arbutus. Monsey Glen Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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10956, Park, New City, NY, Wildlife at Demarest Kill Park, Things to Do at Demarest Kill Park, 
Fishing, Hiking / Walking, Nature study, Picnicking | Rockland Demarest Kill Park

845-364-2670 
  Demarest Kill Park, a 30-acre park, is located at 57 New Hempstead Road, New City, NY 10956 in Rockland County. The park offers 30 acres of land that is heavily wooded with a mature stand of hardwood trees primarily composed of oaks, maples, ash, hickory, tulip and sycamore. The site contains federal wetlands that include a 2.5 acre pond, the Demarest Kill Stream and its tributaries. Demarest Kill Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10956, New City, NY, History, Wildlife, White-tailed Deer, Red Fox, Gray Squirrel, Flying Squirrel, Things to Do at Kennedy Dells Park, Picnicking, Playing field for soccer, Winter Activities, Cross-country Skiing, Snowshoeing | Rockland Kennedy Dells Park

845-364-2670 
  Kennedy Dells Park, 179-acres in size, is located at 355 North Main Street, New City, NY 10956 in Rockland County.

The park has a flat rolling topography. The extreme westerly portion is heavily wooded consisting of Hemlock, White Pine, Beech, Maple, Black and Red Oak, White Ash, and Black Locust. Crum Creek bounds the Park on the westerly side along which winds a hiking trail that looks down at the stream below. Kennedy Dells Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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 Nyack Parks | Local and State

Hook Mountain, State Park, Nyacks, History, Tappan Zee Riverfront, Piermont, Nyack, Perkins Point, Hudson River, Attractions, Activities, Biking, bike path, biking trails, Hudson River Valley, Bird Watching, Hiking, Bear Mountain Bridge | Rockland Hook Mountain State Park

845-268-3020 
  Hook Mountain State Park, 676-acres in size, is part of the Palisades Interstate Park system. The park can be accessed just north of Nyack. The Palisades ridge, which had moved inland to form a shallow bowl, returns to the river's edge. The familiar columnar formations reappear as Hook Mountain, jutting its massive curved and quarried face into the river and demarcating the Tappan Zee from Haverstraw Bay. The name is derived from the Dutch Verdrietige Hoogte (tedious or troublesome point), named for the contrary winds that sailors encountered while trying to round it. Hook Mountain State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10960, Nature Park, Central Nyack, nature trails, History, Long Path Hiking Trail, Wildlife, White-tailed Deer, Raccoon, Rabbit, Squirrel, Porcupine, Things to Do at Mountainview Nature Park, Birding, Hiking Trails, Scenic views | Rockland Mountainview Nature Park

845-364-2670 
  Mountainview Nature Park, 83-acres in size, is located at 2 Strawberry Hill Lane, Central Nyack 10960 in Rockland County.

"The park is a mountainous tract, heavily wooded with numerous nature trails. It is presently managed as a hiking experience. There are scenic views, one to the west and one to the east of the Tappan Zee Bridge framed by the New York State Thruway cut at Nyack. A wet area near the top, named Bear Swamp, supports a variety of bird and animal life." Mountainview Nature Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10960, Nyack Beach, State Park, Upper Nyack, Nyack Beach Park, picnicking, hiking, bicycling, fishing, cross-country skiing, Things to Do, Biking Trail, Boat Launch Sites, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing | Rockland Nyack Beach State Park

845-358-1316 
  Nyack Beach State Park is located at 698 North Broadway, Upper Nyack NY 10960, Rockland County in the Hudson Valley. Nyack Beach Park boasts 61-acres of riverfront along the Hudson in Rockland County. The most popular activities are picnicking, hiking, bicycling and fishing. Trails are open for cross-country skiing in winter. Nyack Beach State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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photo, Piermont Pier, Piermont Marsh, Hudson River National Estuarine, Things to Do at Piermont Pier, Fishing, Hiking, Scenic Views, Restaurants near Pier at Piermont, good restaurants, activities, attractions, things to do in Rockland County | Rockland Piermont Pier and Piermont Marsh

 
  Click to enlarge photo of View at Piermont Pier.

Photo of  View on Piermont Pier Piermont Pier offers beautiful views and excellent springtime fishing. Rental boats, canoes, and kayaks, are available in the immediate area. Piermont Pier and Piermont Marsh | Rockland  photos, website and more . . .
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10970, Environmental Park, Pomona, NY, History, Wildlife, Things to Do at Fisher Environmental Park, 
Birding, Hiking along the railroad bed, Nature study, Wetland ecology, Rockland Audubon Society, 82 species of birds | Rockland Samuel G. Fisher Environmental Park

845-364-2670 
  Samuel G. Fisher Environmental Park, 272-acres in size, is located at 75 Firemens Memorial Drive, Pomona, NY 10970 in Rockland County.

Mount Ivy is composed primarily of swampy marshland, which serves as an aquifer for the Minisceongo Creek. Ecologically it serves as a water purifier and has been named by the DEC as a protected wetland area. A large 40-acre piece east of the Lackawanna railroad bed contains many species of trees indigenous to Rockland County. It has an abundance of Yellow Popular, commonly known as Tulip Tree. Passage through the area is difficult because of the swamps and marshes. The best way to view the park is through the abandoned railroad bed located off Route 202 and also Station Road, adjacent to the American Legion Hall. Samuel G. Fisher Environmental Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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Scenic Drive, 7 Lakes Drive, Bear Mountain, scenic ride, lakes Sebago, Skanatati, Askoti, Kanawauke, Tiorati, Nawahunta, Silver Mine Lake, things to do, fishing, Hike, summer, winter, fall, activities, attractions, swimming, boating, bird watching | Rockland 7 Lakes Scenic Drive - Rockland County

 
  7 Lakes Drive, Orange and Rockland counties
Hudson River Valley, New York State

7 Lakes Drive in Harriman State Park, built in 1913, runs approximately 20 miles between Sloatsburg, NY on the southern end to Bear Mountain State Park on the northern end. A scenic ride along Seven Lakes Drive passes lakes Sebago, Skanatati, Askoti, Kanawauke, Tiorati, Nawahunta and Silver Mine Lake.

Click to enlarge photo of Lake Askoti in Harriman State Park.

Click to enlarge photo of Lake Askoti in Harriman State Park. Lake Askoti, approximately 41-acres in size, is located in Harriman State Park. Lake Askoti, a tributary of Lake Skannatati River in Orange County, is surrounded by hiking trails offering beautiful vistas and great hiking. 7 Lakes Scenic Drive - Rockland County | Rockland  photos and more . . .

Things to Do, Campgrounds, Lake Welch, Harriman State Park, tent and trailer sites, Comfort stations, showers, laundry facilities, dumping station, parks, Beach, Boat Launch Sites, Camper Recreation, Campsites, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables | Rockland Beaver Pond Campgrounds

845-947-2792 
  Beaver Pond Campgrounds adjoin the Lake Welch Recreation Area within Harriman State Park. The campgrounds include tent and trailer sites as well as accommodations for larger vehicles. Comfort stations, showers, laundry facilities, and a dumping station are part of the campgrounds. In 2005, this parks facility was named one of Reserve America's Top Outdoor Locations. Beaver Pond Campgrounds | Rockland  website and more . . .

State Park, green space in Rockland County, Hiking trails, spectacular views of the Hudson Valley, Things to Do, Hiking / Walking Trails, Scenic Views | Rockland Blauvelt State Park

845-359-0544 
  Blauvelt State Park, offering 590-acres of forested green space, is located at Route 303 North to East, Greenbush Road, Blauvelt, NY 10913 in Rockland County. Hiking trails provide the only access and afford spectacular views of the Hudson Valley. This park is undeveloped.

"Blauvelt State Park is an undeveloped and forested 590-acre park located in the town of Orangetown. Located on a former U.S. Army rifle range, the property was transferred to PIPC in 1913 after local residents raised safety concerns regarding the potentially hazardous use of the site. The Army temporarily reclaimed use of the site for its emergency needs in both world wars. Since World War II, the park has been allowed to return to its natural state. Almost all signs of past human use have been erased. The plan is to let it pursue its quiet existence as a green buffer against the surrounding sprawl." Blauvelt State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10911, Recreation Area, Bear Mountain, NY, Rockland County, wooded and scenic area, Harriman State Park, picnic areas, playing fields, cross-country skiing, hiking trails, Things to Do, Biking, Hiking Trails, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing | Rockland Harriman State Park - Anthony Wayne Recreation Area

845-942-2560 
  The Anthony Wayne Recreation Area is located at Palisades Parkway, Exit 17, Bear Mountain, NY 10911 in Rockland County. Anthony Wayne is a wooded and scenic area within Harriman State Park. The recreation area lies in a wooded valley. Facilities include picnic areas with fireplaces, playing fields, and cross-country skiing and hiking trails. Harriman State Park - Anthony Wayne Recreation Area | Rockland  website and more . . .

park, lakes, reservoirs, hiking trails, beaches, camping, scenic roads, wildlife, Things to Do, Beach, Biking, Boat Launch Sites, Boat Rentals, Horseback Riding, Cabins, Campsites, Fishing, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing, Ice Fishing | Rockland Harriman State Park - Rockland County (and Orange)

845-786-2701 
  Harriman State Park, is located at Seven Lakes Dr / Bear Mountain Circle, Ramapo, NY 10974 in both Orange and Rockland counties. Harriman Park is the second-largest park in the parks system, with 31 lakes and reservoirs, 200 miles of hiking trails, three beaches, two public camping areas, a network of group camps, miles of streams and scenic roads, and scores of wildlife species, vistas and vantage points. The park includes Lakes Welch, Sebago, Tiorati and Silvermine, the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, Sebago Cabins and Beaver Pond Campgrounds. Harriman State Park - Rockland County (and Orange) | Rockland  website and more . . .

10956, Park, day-use facility, picnicking, swimming, hiking, Things to Do, Food, Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables, Pool, Showers | Rockland High Tor State Park

845-634-8074 
  High Tor State Park, 618-acres in size, is located at 415 South Mountain Road, New City, NY 10956 in Rockland County and the Hudson Valley. High Tor State Park, a day-use facility, offers picnicking, swimming and hiking, and affords spectacular views of the Hudson River. The Long Path passes through the park just before the trail heads inland to the Catskills. High Tor State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

Hudson Highlands, Hudson River is an estuary, things to do in the Hudson Highlands, outdoor activities, fishing, boating, hiking, hike, Hikes, Things to Do, Birding, Bird Watching, Boat Rentals, Boating, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Historic Places | Rockland Hudson Highlands

845-225-7207 
  Click to enlarge photo of the Hudson Highlands.

Click to enlarge photo of the Hudson Highlands The sign reads:
"For much of its 315-mile course, the Hudson River flows straight and broad. But at the Highlands, the Appalachian mountain chain intersects the river to create a fifteen mile stretch of rugged, mountainous landscape. This area contains the river's narrowest and deepest points, as well as its fastest currents. The Hudson River is an estuary, a mixture of salt and freshwater, and the saltwater line extends just north of Beacon. The River is tidal all the way up to the Troy Dam above Albany." Hudson Highlands | Rockland  website and more . . .

photo of Lake Askoti, hiking trails, great hiking, excellent fishing, fisherman, ice fishing on the lake, bird watching, Things to Do, Birding, Fishing, Winter Activities, Ice Fishing, Scenic Drives | Rockland Lake Askoti - Harriman State Park in Rockland County

845-786-2701 
 
Click to enlarge photo of Lake Askoti in Harriman State Park.

Click to enlarge photo of Lake Askoti in Harriman State Park. Lake Askoti, approximately 41-acres in size, is located in Harriman State Park. Lake Askoti, a tributary of Lake Skannatati River in Orange County, is surrounded by hiking trails offering beautiful vistas and great hiking. Enjoy excellent fishing throughout the year, including the winter freeze, when many fisherman return for ice fishing on the lake. Lake Askoti also offers excellent bird watching sites.
Lake Askoti - Harriman State Park in Rockland County | Rockland  more . . .

Lake, reservoir, Harriman State Park, Things to Do, Boat Launch, Fishing spots, Hiking trails, in Hudson Valley, Picnic Tables, Winter Activities, Ice Fishing, great fishing, Rockland County, Scenic Drives | Rockland Lake Kanawauke - Harriman State Park - Rockland

 
  Lake Kanawauke is a 186-acre reservoir (mostly man made) in Harriman State Park. The lake is located in the Town of Tuxedo, Orange County, and in the Town of Haverstraw, Rockland County, NY. Lake Kanawauke is comprised of three parts, the lower, middle, and upper lakes. Lake Kanawauke - Harriman State Park - Rockland | Rockland  more . . .

Lake, reservoir, Orange County, New York, scenic Harriman State Park,  Rockland and Orange counties, hiking trails, bird watching, fishing, Things to Do, Birding, Fishing spots, Hiking trails, Scenic Drives | Rockland Lake Nawahunta - Harriman State Park

 
  Lake Nawahunta, a reservoir in Orange County, New York, is part of the beautiful and scenic Harriman State Park, located in Rockland and Orange counties. Lake Nawahunta offers fishing, hiking trails, and is a top location for bird watching. Lake Nawahunta - Harriman State Park | Rockland  more . . .

picnic areas, Beach, Harriman State Park, swimming, sandy beach, anglers, fish for bass, perch, Things to Do, Boat launches, Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing spots, Hiking trails, Picnic, Playgrounds, showers | Rockland Lake Sebago Beach - Harriman State Park

845-351-2583 
  The boat launch on Lake Sebago remains open. Boaters must obtain a boat permit for the season. Please call (845) 429-8257.

Lake Sebago Beach in Harriman State Park is located in Rockland County, New York. Lawns, fields and picnic areas surround the beach. In addition to swimming on the sandy beach, anglers can fish for bass, perch, sunfish and more. Lake Sebago Beach - Harriman State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10911, Beach, Park, beach at Lake Welch, sandy beach, Ramapo Mountains, largest beach, Things to Do, Boating, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Picnicking, Swimming, Winter Activities, Ice Fishing, Snowmobiling, hot days of summer | Rockland Lake Welch Beach - Harriman State Park

845-947-2444 
  Lake Welch Beach State Park is located at 800 Kanawaukee Road, Stony Point, NY 10980 in Rockland County. Lake Welch, a man-made Lake in Harriman State Park, offers a half-mile-long sandy beach in the wooded hills of the Ramapo Mountains, and is the largest beach in Harriman State Park. Originally a small body of water with farmland around the edges, Lake Welch became the large lake that it is today when a dam was completed in 1942. The park offers cool breezes, swimming, fishing, boating, picnicking, hiking and camping in adjacent Beaver Pond Campground. During the hot days of summer enjoy a great day swimming at the beach. Lake Welch Beach - Harriman State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

Cabin Camp, cabins, full service cottages, row boat rentals, beach, biking, hiking, tennis courts, Accessible, Things to Do at Sebago Cabin Camp, Cabins (handicapped-accessible), Fishing, Picnic, Playgrounds, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing | Rockland Sebago Cabin Camp - Harriman State Park Lake Sebago

845-351-2360 
  The Sebago Cabin Camp in Harriman State Park is on Lake Sebago. The camp offers rustic cabins and full service cottages. Also available: row boat rentals, beach, biking and hiking, organized sports, Saturday bonfire, rainy day movies and activities, play area, recreation hall, and tennis courts.

Note: Accessible indicates that, to the extent practicable, this facility or activity meets the Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility standards. It is strongly recommended that you contact the facility in advance for a full description of what you can expect. Sebago Cabin Camp - Harriman State Park Lake Sebago | Rockland  website and more . . .

scenic, Harriman State Park, picnic grounds, hiking, boat launch site, Things to Do, Boat Launch, Hiking Trails,  Walking, Picnic Tables, Winter Activities, Ice Fishing | Rockland Silver Mine - Harriman State Park

845-351-2568 
  Silver Mine is part of the beautiful and scenic Harriman State Park, located in Bear Mountain in Rockland County. The Silver Mine area of Harriman State Park offers biking, fishing, hiking, picnic grounds and a boat launch site. Silver Mine - Harriman State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

Hudson, Piermont Marsh, swimming pool, running track, tennis courts, cross-country skiing, a walking trail, picnic areas, Things to Do, Biking, Hiking Paths, Picnic Tables, Playground, Playing Fields, Pool, Showers, Tennis, Winter Activities | Rockland Tallman Mountain State Park

845-359-0544 
  Tallman Mountain State Park is located at Route 9W, Sparkill, NY 10976 in Rockland County. The park comprises wooded country on the easterly slope of the Palisades uplands overlooking the Hudson and Piermont Marsh, which lies between the river and the slope. The marsh is part of the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve. Tallman Mountain Park operates as a day-use area, offering a swimming pool, running track, tennis courts, playfield, cross-country skiing, a walking trail, hiking and picnic areas. Tallman Mountain State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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 Sloatsburg Parks | Local and State

10974, Nature Park, Sloatsburg, NY, Rockland County, Village of Tuxedo, History, local family histories, Birding, Munsee Indians, Things to Do at Dater Mountain Nature Park, Hiking / Walking, Nature Walks, Scenic Views | Rockland Dater Mountain Park

845-364-2670 
  Dater Mountain Nature Park, a 350.5-acre park, is located off Johnsontown Road in Sloatsburg, NY 10974 in the New York/New Jersey Highlands. The park is heavily wooded with steep inclines and rocky slopes and consists of a number of mountaintops and valleys, crossed by several small streams. Orange and Rockland transmission line traverses the Park. A view of the Village of Tuxedo, The New York State Thruway, and Orange County may be seen from the high elevations, some rising 940 feet above sea level. Dater Mountain Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10974, Memorial Park, Sloatsburg, NY, wooded low lying floodplain, Wild, Scenic and Recreational River,  History, Wildlife, Brown Trout, Things to Do, Birding, Boating (Canoeing, Kayaking), Fishing, stocked annually with trout | Rockland Eleanor Burlingham Memorial Park

845-364-2670 
  Eleanor Burlingham Memorial Park, 45 acres in size, is located at 25 Municipal Plaza, Sloatsburg, NY 10974 in Rockland County.

The park is a heavily wooded low lying floodplain. "The Ramapo River is designated a New York State Wild, Scenic and Recreational River. The water quality is rated as "Class A" with the best use of these waters for public consumption. The Stony Brook also traverses this area draining 18 miles of watershed into the Ramapo River. Eleanor Burlingham Memorial Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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10901, Park, Montebello, NY, flat wetlands to rolling hills, History, Wildlife, White-tailed Deer, Things to Do at Kakiat Park, Hiking Trails, Horseback riding, Picnicking, Red Fox, Gray Squirrel, Flying Squirrel, Rabbit, Woodchuck, Raccoon | Rockland Kakiat Park

845-364-2670 
  Kakiat Park, 376-acres in size, is located at 668 Haverstraw Road, Montebello, NY 10901 in Rockland County.

"Kakiat Park offers a diverse topography, from flat wetlands to rolling hills, to steep mountainside. The Mahwah River flows southwesterly the length of the park approximately 2500 feet. Times of heavy rains flood large areas along the river. The Ramapo fault runs through the park. A log cabin constructed in 1922 stands as a reminder of the simple life of 100 years ago. A footbridge crosses the river, which is stocked annually with trout; a pavilion can be found near the river. Numerous winter activities exist along with active wildlife and forestry conservation projects. Guided tours available by the Park Rangers." Kakiat Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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10960, Mountain Park, Upper Grandview, NY, scenic views, History, NYS Department of Parks & Recreation, trail, parking and directions, hiking trails, Things to Do at Clausland Mountain Park, Hiking / Walking, Nature Walks, Scenic Views | Rockland Clausland Mountain Park

845-364-2670 
  Clausland Mountain Park, a 532-acre park, is located at 10 Nike Lane, Upper Grandview, NY 10960 in Rockland County.

The park is a heavily wooded mountain composed primarily of hardwoods; Red Oak, White Oak, Maple, Hickory, Beech, Dogwood, interspersed with numerous thick Hemlock stands and dense sections of Mountain Laurel.Clausland Park is maintained in its natural state offering many scenic views . While the area does not contain any permanent bodies of water, during periods of heavy rain many streams cascade down the mountain. The major trail is the Long Path and can be identified by a blue blaze. It runs in a north - south direction beginning at the former Nike site off Highland Avenue and exits at Tackamack Town Park. Clausland Mountain Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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10989, Hook Mountain, Things to Do, Biking, Boat Launch, Boat Rentals, Fishing, Golf, Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables, Playground, Swimming, kiddies pool, Tennis, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing, Ice Fishing, Sledding | Rockland Rockland Lake State Park

845-268-7275 
  Rockland Lake State Park, 1,133 acres in size, is located in the hamlets of Congers and Valley Cottage in the Town of Clarkstown. The address of the park is 299 Rockland Lake Road, Valley Cottage NY 10989 in Rockland County. Although the main entrance to Rockland Lake Park is in Valley Cottage, the park is accessible from Haverstraw, Congers, and Valley Cottage.

About Rockland Lake State park: "Rockland Lake State Park's lake is located on a ridge of Hook Mountain above the west bank of the Hudson River. The park offers a huge 24,140 square foot swimming pool with diving boards - the pool is more than 10,000 square feet larger than an Olympic size pool. A kiddie pool is also available for young children. The park also offers picnic tables; grills, a car top boat launch dock, hiking trails with breath-taking views of the Hudson Valley, six tennis courts and the Rockland Lake State Park golf courses, featuring two 18 hole golf courses. Anglers can fish Rockland Lake for bass, perch and norlunge. Walkers, joggers, roller bladers, and bicyclists can enjoy the 3.2 mile non-motorized use paved trail around the lake. Rockland Lake State Park | Rockland  website and more . . .
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10994, Memorial Park, West Nyack, NY, History, Wildlife, Wild Turkey, Scarlet Tanager, Red-Tailed Hawk, Red-Eyed Vireo, Red-Bellied Woodpecker, Crows, Blue Jays, White-Tailed Deer, Things to Do at Sean Hunter Ryan Memorial Park, Hiking, Nature study | Rockland Sean Hunter Ryan Memorial Park

845-364-2670 
  Sean Hunter Ryan Memorial Park, 12.55-acres in size, is located at Bradley Parkway Route 38, West Nyack, NY 10994 in Rockland County.

"There are numerous Red Oak, Chestnut Oak, Maple, Black Birch, Hickory, Witch Hazel, and American Ash. There is a plaque dedicated to Sean Hunter Ryan, a Park Ranger at Mount Rainier National Park who lost his life trying to save an injured hiker along the trail." Sean Hunter Ryan Memorial Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

10923, Park, Garnerville NY, Long Trail, scenic views, History, Wildlife,White-tailed Deer, Porcupine, Raccoon, Rabbit, Red Fox, Coyote, Things to Do at South Mountain Park, Hiking along the Long Path Hiking Trail, Nature study, Scenic views | Rockland South Mountain Park

845-364-2670 
  South Mountain Park, 239-acres in size, is located at 164 South Central Highway, Garnerville NY 10923 Rockland County.

"Mountainous land - the ridge, traversed by the Long Trail is part of the Palisades escarpment, which ends at Route 45. A number of scenic views overlook Haverstraw and the Hudson River; Mt. Ivy and Thiells; Clarkstown and Orangetown. The land is covered with a mature stand of hardwood trees. The ridge lacks large water retention areas with most of the precipitation absorbed locally or shed down the heavily wooded slope. Trees include Black Oak, White Oak, Red Oak, Dogwood, Aspen, Tulip, Hemlock, Red Cedar, and Sumac. In season there are blueberries, wild grapes and raspberries, but please, the berries are for the birds." South Mountain Park | Rockland  website and more . . .

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Verified (2015) up-to-date and comprehensive list of parks in Rockland, New York. Rockland parks are among the most beautiful parks in New York State. Find the best parks for kids, the family, and everyone. If you enjoy fresh air, beautiful landscapes, and nature, visit a park in Rockland. Year-round there are fun activities and great attractions at the park, with many fun things to do for kids and the whole family. Go to the park to relax and read under the shade of a tree. Visit the park to exercise. Enjoy a walk in the park. Walking is one of the best exercises for your entire body; and every park has places to walk surrounded by trees and nature. Whether you visit a small local park or a large state or county park; parks offer an opportunity to unwind, escape from your daily routines and breathe in fresh air.

"During the past 41 years, the Rockland County Park System has grown from one park of 3 acres to a network of 28, comprising 3,100 acres. The goal has been to provide county residents ready access to local parks without having to endure traffic congestion or drive long distances to enjoy nature's beauty. Park acquisitions have been attained through County funds matched with federal and state grants along with land donations, tax delinquency and partnerships with Land Trusts and other municipalities.

"Our parks, now conservatively worth some $230,000,000, are situated on or near mountainous ridges that preserve our skylines as forever green and uncluttered by high-rise. They provide a variety of both active and passive recreation along with preserving parts of our county's history. Recent acquisitions of the last remaining active farms have preserved part of Rockland's past and continue to produce locally grown farm fresh produce. The parks provide excellent nature trails where one may, if you look carefully, encounter a variety of animals such as a red-tailed hawk, pileated woodpecker, barred owl, white-tailed deer, red fox or a wild turkey. There are scenic vantage points at South Mountain, Buttermilk Falls, Mountainview Nature Park, Gurnee Park, Kakiat and Clausland Mountain."

"Two of our county parks offer residents an enclosed area for their dogs to run off-leash. These enclosed areas are called "Dog Runs". They provide a community setting in which people can gather and socialize and where they can observe the interaction of groups of dogs at play."

Parks in Rockland offer opportunities to exercise while enjoying outdoor year-round fun. Many parks provide miles of trails for hiking for all levels of hikers. Many kids enjoy hiking and feel very grownup after they select a branch from the ground that they can use as a hiking stick. Rockland's Bear Mountain Park has trails that are part of the famous Appalachian Trail. Walk one of these trails and you can be one of the select group that has 'walked the Appalachian Trail' - even if you are walking only a small part of the Appalachian trail.

State parks often provide trail maps that are available at the park entrance. Trails can be rugged footpaths and mountain trails, or paved greenway trails along county roads. Activities on Rockland hiking trails include walking, biking, hiking, cross-country-skiing, snowshoeing, and nature walks. In summer, you may want to find a park with boating, fishing, swimming, playing fields, and playgrounds for young children.

Find fun things to do with young children. Visit your local playground in Rockland year-round. In cold weather be sure to bundle the kids and yourself up and stay warm. You may want to bring a thermos of hot milk for the kids and tea or coffee for adults. When the weather warms up, take the kids on a family outing to a county or state park, almost all have picnic tables and playgrounds for the children. Even smaller local parks often feature places to swim, places to hike, picnic tables, and playgrounds for the kids. Benches for moms and dads are always close by so you can relax while you watch the children in the playground. Find fun things to do with kids in winter, spring, summer, and fall at Park in Rockland.

    In winter, enjoy snow shoeing, sledding, cross country skiing, building snowmen and gentle (soft snow) snowball fights with the children. Bring a thermos for the kids and one for adults filled with hot chocolate (buy a brand with less sugar) or warm milk for the kids and tea or coffee for adults.

    In spring, take the kids on a nature walk and point out the crocus and daffodils beginning to bud or the buds on the branches of trees, hear the birds singing happily as they embrace the beginning of spring in the air.

    In summer, visit parks offering swimming pools, beaches, boating (kayaking, canoeing) and more hot weather activities. Watch the kids splash in the water and learn how to swim in the parks offering places to learn to swim.

    In fall, see the leaves on trees turn gold, yellow, orange, red, and shades of plum. Pick-up the leaves from the ground and bring them home so that the children can mount them and save them in their book of fall colors in the park.
Enjoy your local or state park year-round. Parks offer kids things to do during all seasons of the year. Kids can play baseball, soccer, or catch in the playing fields. Young children can play in the playgrounds and open spaces where they can run around. Everyone can enjoy a picnic made of fresh local produce to be enjoyed among the trees.
    Bear Mountain State Park
    Bear Mountain State Park is located on the west side of the Hudson River in both Orange and Rockland counties in New York State. The 5,067-acre (20.51 km2) Bear Mountain State Park, flagship of the Palisades Interstate Park System, is renowned for its natural beauty and rugged mountains and is just 50 miles north of mid-town Manhattan.

    Bear Mountain Park attractions and activities include a large playing field, picnic groves, rowboats for hire and docks on Hessian Lake, swimming pool and bathhouse, nature trails including key segments of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail and the Long Path, basketball court, Trailside Museums and Zoo, Iona Island Estuarine Reserve and Bird Refuge, Perkins Tower, and the Merry-Go-Round. Many winter activities are available at Bear Mountain Park, including an outdoor rink that is open for ice-skating from late October through mid-March.

    Blauvelt State Park
    Blauvelt State Park offers 590-acres of forested green space. Hiking trails provide the only access and afford spectacular views of the Hudson Valley. This park is undeveloped. There are no toilets and there is limited parking.

    Clausland Mountain Park
    Clausland Mountain Park, a 550-acre park, is located in Orangeburg and Rockland County. Scenic Hudson helped citizens protect the forested ridgeline of this county park named after the 17th-century leader of a nearby Native American tribe. The park offers seasonal Hudson River views. Its 2 miles of trails include the Long Path, which stretches 326 miles from the George Washington Bridge to Thacher Park near Albany and links to adjacent Blauvelt State Park. The mountain's summit contains remains of a Cold War-era Nike missile base that protected Manhattan from Soviet attack.

    Dater Mountain Nature Park
    Dater Mountain Nature Park, a 350.5-acre park, is located off Johnsontown Road in Sloatsburg, NY 10974 in Rockland County. "The Park, which is located in the New York/New Jersey Highlands, is heavily wooded with steep inclines and rocky slopes and consists of a number of mountaintops and valleys, crossed by several small streams. Orange and Rockland transmission line traverses the Park. A view of the Village of Tuxedo, The New York State Thruway, and Orange County may be seen from the high elevations, some rising 940 feet above sea level.

    Emeline Park
    Haverstraw, Rockland County (3 acres) Co-owned with the Village of Haverstraw, this waterfront park boasts sweeping views of Haverstraw Bay, the Hudson River's widest point, as well as a playground, gazebo and universally accessible walking path. Emeline Park is managed by the Village of Haverstraw.

    Harriman State Park
    Harriman State Park, located in Rockland and Orange counties, is the second-largest park in the parks system, with 31 lakes and reservoirs, 200 miles of hiking trails, two beaches, two public camping areas, a network of group camps, miles of streams and scenic roads, and scores of wildlife species, vistas and vantage points. Harriman State Park's major facilities include Lakes Welch, Sebago, Tiorati and Silvermine, the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, Sebago Cabins and Beaver Pond Campgrounds.

    Harriman State Park - Anthony Wayne Recreation Area
    Anthony Wayne Recreation Area is located at Palisades Parkway, Exit 17, Bear Mountain, NY 10911. Anthony Wayne is a wooded and scenic area within Harriman State Park. The recreation area lies in a wooded valley. Facilities include picnic areas with fireplaces, playing fields, and cross-country skiing and hiking trails.

    High Tor State Park
    High Tor State Park is located at 415 South Mountain Road, New City NY 10956, Rockland County in the Hudson Valley. High Tor State Park, a day-use facility, offers picnicking, swimming and hiking, affords spectacular views of the Hudson River. The Long Path passes through the park just before the trail heads inland to the Catskills.

    Hook Mountain State Park
    Hook Mountain State Park, 676-acres in size, is part of the Palisades Interstate Park system. The park can be accessed just north of Nyack. Visit Hook Mountain and enjoy scenic views while hiking, walking, biking, and fishing on the shores of the Hudson River. The bike path follows the river's edge from Haverstraw Beach State Park to Nyack Beach State Park in Upper Nyack. For more biking trails, visit Rockland biking trails in the lower-Hudson Valley. Hook Mountain is best known as a hawk watch site.

    Kakiat Park
    Kakiat Park, 376-acres in size, is located at 668 Haverstraw Road, Montebello NY 10901. The Park offers a diverse topography, from flat wetlands to rolling hills, to steep mountainside. The Mahwah River flows southwesterly the length of the park approximately 2500 feet. Times of heavy rains flood large areas along the river. The Ramapo fault runs through the park. A log cabin constructed in 1922 stands as a reminder of the simple life of 100 years ago. A footbridge crosses the river, which is stocked annually with trout; a pavilion can be found near the river. Numerous winter activities exist along with active wildlife and forestry conservation projects. Guided tours available by the Park Rangers.

    Nyack Beach State Park
    Nyack Beach State Park is located at 698 North Broadway, Upper Nyack NY 10960. The park offers 61 acres of riverfront along the Hudson River in Rockland County. The most popular activities are picnicking, hiking, bicycling and fishing. Launching kayaks or windsurfers from the beach is permitted. Trails are open for cross-country skiing in winter.

    Perkins Point
    Perkins Drive, also known as Perkins Point and Perkins Memorial Tower, stands at the summit of Bear Mountain State Park, 1,305 feet above the Hudson River. The tower was completed in 1934 and dedicated to George Walbridge Perkins, the first President and widely regarded founder of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission (PIPC).

    Hike, bike, or drive to Perkins Point Tower, an absolute must see when vacationing or planning a day-trip to Bear Mountain. Walk the four sets of stairs in the tower (landings have benches to stop and rest between floors) to the observation floor where the views are documented and described in detail. "With its 360-degree panorama, the Perkins Memorial Tower offers spectacular views of the Hudson River, the Bear Mountain Bridge, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Storm King, and Fort Montgomery. Four states are visible (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania), as well as the New York City skyline. The observation floor has interpretive displays that describe the distant views, including several mountain ranges: the Taconics, Ramapos, Shawangunks, and even the Catskills. Perkins Memorial Drive and Tower truly are a highlight of any visit to Bear Mountain.

    Rockland Lake State Park - Valley Cottage
    Rockland Lake State Park, 1,133-acres in size, is located at 299 Rockland Lake Road, Valley Cottage NY 10989. Although the main entrance to Rockland Lake Park is in Valley Cottage, the park is accessible from Haverstraw, Congers, and Valley Cottage. The park lake is located on a ridge of Hook Mountain above the west bank of the Hudson River. The park offers a huge 24,140 square foot swimming pool with diving boards - the pool is more than 10,000 square feet larger than an Olympic size pool. A kiddie pool is also available for young children. The park also offers picnic tables; grills, a car top boat launch dock, hiking trails with breath-taking views of the Hudson Valley, six tennis courts and the Rockland Lake State Park golf courses, featuring two 18 hole golf courses. Anglers can fish Rockland Lake for bass, perch and norlunge. Walkers, joggers, roller bladers, and bicyclists can enjoy the 3.2 mile non-motorized use paved trail around the lake.

    Tallman Mountain State Park - Valley Cottage
    Tallman Mountain State Park is located at Route 9W, Sparkill, NY 10976 in Rockland County. The park comprises wooded country on the easterly slope of the Palisades uplands overlooking the Hudson and Piermont Marsh, which lies between the river and the slope. The marsh is part of the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve. Tallman Mountain Park operates as a day-use area, offering a swimming pool, running track, tennis courts, playfield, cross-country skiing, a walking trail, hiking and picnic areas




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