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Mohonk Preserve | 1000 Mountain Rest Rd., New Paltz
Website: | Phone: (845) 255-0919 | Cost: $15/20/0

Trailheads are open daily at 9 am for day-use visitors.

$15 for hikers/ $20 for bikers, climbers & horseback riders; Children 12 & under are FREE and must be accompanied by an adult. 

Scenic Mohonk Preserve protects over 8,000 acres of mountain ridges, forests, fields, streams, ponds, and other unique and beautiful places with carriage roads and trails that are perfect for hiking, running, mountain biking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing.

Photo Credit:  John Fischer Photography,

Visitor Center Hours

Weekdays 9 am – 5 pm

Weekends 8 am to 6 pm


Visitor Center Trailhead

West Trapps Trailhead

Coxing Trailhead

Spring Farm Trailhead

Testimonial Gateway Trailhead

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Trailheads open daily at 7 am for members

COVID-19 Precautions

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Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner, NY
Teatown (Teatown Lake Reservation) | 1600 Spring Valley Rd., Ossining
Website: | Phone: (914) 762-2912 | Cost: FREE/ $5*

Teatown Trails open daily, dawn to dusk

Sunrise & Sunset times in Ossining

$5 parking for non-members

Hiking Info   Trail Map   Visiting Info

* * The Visitor Center and restrooms remain closed until further notice **

Teatown is a 1000-acre nature preserve and education center with nearly 15 miles of hiking trails located in the Lower Hudson Valley. Our mission is to inspire our community to lifelong environmental stewardship.


* Parking Policy

$5 parking for non-members

The losses in revenue from both cancelling programming and closing our Visitor Center has done significant damage to Teatown’s finances. We appreciate your support, which is critical to our non-profit organization during this time. Parking tags are again required. Parking tags are required daily, from 9am to 5pm. Click here for more information on our parking policy. Members will always park for free at Teatown.


Teatown needs your support, now more than ever. To mitigate the transmission of COVID-19, we’ve had to close our Visitor Center and cancel programs, making it difficult for us to earn the revenue that funds our work. We welcome you to the preserve and ask you to please give a contribution today. Whether large or small, each donation will help support our staff, maintain our trails, and care for our wildlife ambassadors.

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FREE* Hike & Explore! at Teatown in Ossining, NY
Springside | 185 Academy Street, Poughkeepsie
Website: | Phone: 845-454-2060 | Cost: FREE

Open daily, from dusk til dawn

Enjoy the meandering carriage trails, curious knolls, and rocky outcrops of the Andrew Jackson Downing designed landscape. Walkers, joggers, and dogs (on leashes please!) appreciate the quiet trails and changing scenery. Artists discover the interesting play of light and shadow off the knolls. Birders find many species within a green oasis. Visitors and residents alike experience a cultural landscape that resonates today. Springside’s grounds are open seven days a week from dawn to dusk, year-round. Self-guided walking tours are available. The sole remaining building the Porter’s Lodge is a private residence.

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Forsyth Nature Center | 157 Lucas Ave., Kingston
Website: | Phone: (845) 339-3053 | Cost: FREE

Open daily, year-round

9 am – 5 pm

FREE & open to the public

Forsyth Nature Center is an outdoor learning center that features more than two-dozen animal exhibits and beautiful gardens that foster a connection to the natural world for visitors of all ages. When is the last time you fed an apple to a steer? Petted an alpaca? Gazed at a flock of geese flying overhead? Felt the softness of a lamb’s ear plant? These are just a few of the experiences available at Kingston Park & Recreation’s Nature Center.

COVID Precautions

Face masks must be worn to enter facility and remain on during your visit.

Visitors are asked to obey new signage regarding traffic flow and access.

Feed machines and the drinking fountain will not be available to minimize the chance of exposing visitors to contaminated surfaces.

The lower picnic area will remain closed as it would be difficult to adequately provide proper social distancing and sanitize these wooden picnic tables.

The upper picnic area is open and the four tables have been placed to provide ample room and will be sanitized regularly.

Handicapped accessible

Visiting Info & FAQ’s

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FREE! Forsyth Nature Center in Kingston, NY
Muscoot Farm | 51 NY-100, Katonah
Website: | Phone: 914-864-7286 | Cost: FREE

Over 700 acres of animals, trails & more!

Open daily, 362 days of the year

10 am – 4 pm

Muscoot Farm is interpretive farm where you can experience history, agriculture, and wildlife in a family-friendly atmosphere. Visit our 50+ animals, hike over 5 miles of  trails, and attend our programs all year round – from bird walks to movie nights!

Muscoot Farm is part of the Westchester County Parks system.

Visit our animals by walking up to their pens or inside their barns.  We have cows, horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and pigs.

Learn about the history of an early 1900s dairy farm in Westchester. View historic buildings such as the milk house, the ice house, the brooder house, and the carriage house.

Hike 6+ miles of scenic trails to observe local wildlife

Visitors may bring in food as well as visit our concession stand (open seasonally).

Sunday Farmer’s Market

May – November, 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

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Programs are funded by the Friends of Muscoot Farm who rely on donations from the public. You can make a donation when you visit, or give us a call for more information.

GPS Address/es

Google maps:

51 Route 100
Katonah, NY 10536

In some GPS systems we are:

51 Somerstown Road OR Somerstown Turnpike
Somers, NY 10589

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FREE Experience Muscoot Farm in Katonah, NY
Storm King Art Center | 1 Museum Road, New Windsor
Website: | Phone: (845) 534-3115 | Cost: $20 & up

Wednesday – Monday, 10 am – 5:30 pm

Closed Tuesdays

Visiting Info & Tix

A 500-acre outdoor museum located in NY’s Hudson Valley, where visitors experience large-scale sculpture & site-specific commissions under open sky.

Timed-entry tickets are required for all visitors. Entry times are available from 10 am to 3 pm. Visitors must arrive onsite during the hour indicated on your ticket. Visitors who arrive prior to the confirmed time will be asked to return at the designated time.



Per-vehicle pricing is in effect. Visitors may reserve tickets for up to 6 people per vehicle (children under 5 do not need to be counted in your total). There is no additional fee for parking.

1 person, $20
2 people, $40
3 people, $48
4 people, $68
5 people, $76
6 people,  $84

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Storm King Art Center in Orange County, NY
Trevor Zoo | 282 Millbrook School Rd., Millbrook
Website: | Phone: (845) 677-3704 | Cost: $6/4/0

Open Daily, 10 am – 5 pm

$6 / $4 Seniors & Ages 4 – 13 / FREE Ages 0 – 3

Reservations required.  RESERVE TIX NOW

Established in 1936 at Millbrook School. AZA Accredited. We strive to educate our students and visitors about wildlife and the natural world in order to inspire all to live responsibly.

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Fun Facts!

It houses more than 180 exotic and indigenous animals
80 different species are represented
It is home to 9 endangered species
Its facilities extended over 6 acres
It operates a veterinary clinic
It is one of 216 zoos in the U.S. accredited by the AZA (Associations of Zoos and Aquariums)

Your reservations can include up to 6 people.

Member Mornings: Daily, 9 – 10 am

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Trevor Zoo! at Millbrook School in Dutchess County NY
Trailside Museums & Zoo at Bear Mountain State Park | 55 Hessian Drive, Bear Mountain
Website: | Phone: (845) 786-2701 Ext 265 | Cost: FREE*

Home to injured and orphaned native animals


Open daily**

10:30 am – 4 pm

Trailside is a nature trail with exhibits of native wildlife, natural history museums & Hudson River views. Take a pleasant walk to learn about local ecology and history. Discover native wildlife closeup in exhibits as you walk through the forest and see native gardens. Take in spectacular vistas created by geologic forces over millions of years. On your journey, look about on the ground, in the trees, on the rocks, in the ponds and flying through the forest to find native wildlife thriving at Trailside.


General Info

What to See

Hiking & Trails

Allow 1 to 2 hours for your visit.

Allow 20 minutes to walk from parking to Trailside.

No picnics. No pets except service dogs.

Wear masks covering mouth & nose. Maintain social distance. Bring water. Avoid touching surfaces. Wash hands or use hand sanitizer.

* Free but donations are welcome and $10 parking fee in summer, weekends & holidays year-round.

** Closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day. Closed during severe stormy weather and storm cleanup.

Bear Mountain State Park

Bear Mountain Inn

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FREE* Trailside Museums & Zoo at Bear Mountain State Park
Stony Kill Foundation | 79 Farmstead Ln , Wappingers Falls
Website: | Phone: (845) 831-3800 | Cost: FREE

Open Barn at Stony Kill

Weekends: February – November*

11 am – 1 pm


Stony Kill maintains a working farm housing chickens, cows, pigs, and sheep.  The daily care of the farm animals is done by our Livestock Caretakers.  Each weekend our barn guides give tours to the visiting public.

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COVID-19 Precautions: Open Barn is currently open by appointment only. If you would like to join us, please register for one time slot. We ask that all visitors arrive on time and anyone age 3 and over must wear masks in the barn. Children must be accompanied by an adult and families should stay together while touring the barn. If you are not feeling well and/or need to cancel your visit please email us at Please note that any public programs are subject to change based on NYS guidelines.

* with the exception of days on which special events are held and holidays.

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FREE! Open Barn at Stony Kill Farm in Wappingers Falls, NY
Wave Hill | W 249th St and Independence Avenue, Bronx
Website: | Phone: (718) 549-3200 | Cost: $10/6/6/0

Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 5:30 pm

$10 Adults/ $6 Students & Seniors 65+/ $4 Children 6+ / Free to Members & children under 6

Admission is FREE on Thursdays but reservations are still required

Wave Hill is a museum without walls with a living collection of more than 4,000 varieties of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbaceous plants. It is the only public garden in the New York metropolitan area practicing a unique combination of classic horticultural craftsmanship and daring design.

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Here you will find a multitude of linked gardens, distinct from one another and intimate, as well as wide-open stretches of land. Frequently described as an urban oasis, Wave Hill comes as an enchanting surprise. The 28-acre site itself is stunning—high above the Hudson River with sweeping views and lots of open sky.

Wave Hill’s 28-acre site includes gardens, greenhouses and an 8-acre woodland. As you explore Wave Hill, please remember that it is a carefully cultivated garden, which is very different from a park. Our tips and guidelines help you navigate our expansive grounds and protect our living collection. Please be respectful of all that grows here and have a wonderful time exploring.

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