Graham Hills Park | Mount Pleasant Westchester County New York
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Graham Hills Park

Mount Pleasant

Westchester County

Park, Mount Pleasant, Westchester County, Revolutionary War army surgeon, five miles of bike trails, Things to Do, Biking Trails, advanced bikers, Hiking Trails, Nature Study Graham Hills Park

Graham Hills Park is located in Mount Pleasant, Westchester County. Graham Hills, a one-time hamlet and station on the Putnam Railroad, takes its name from Dr. Isaac Gilbert Graham, a Revolutionary War army surgeon, who settled there circa 1785.

Graham Hills features about five miles of bike trails geared toward experienced riders. The route winds through the many diverse habitats of this beautiful 431-acre park. The trails are mostly single track, and can be used in both directions.

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Biking Trails - Five (5) miles of biking trails (advanced bikers)
Hiking Trails
Nature Study

Location: Mount Pleasant

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