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Bear Mountain Ice Rink, Figure Skating, Hockey Club, Ice Skating Activities, Ice Skating, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey, Hockey Club, skate rentals, private rental, birthday parties, hockey club Bear Mountain Outdoor Ice Rink "Ice Skating - Ice Hockey"

845-786-2701 
  The Bear Mountain Ice Rink, offering Figure Skating and a Hockey Club, is located in Bear Mountain State Park. The ice rink is outdoors and uncovered, so be sure to dress appropriately, in warm clothes.

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Press blue button for session hours and fees, holiday hours, skate rentals, private rental, birthday parties, hockey club, figure skating and more about ice skating at the Bear Mountain Ice Rink. Call (845) 786-2701 ext. 266 for more about ice skating at the Bear Mountain Ice Rink.

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rental boats, lake and river fishing, fun things to do in the summer, picnic, boat ride, hike, Things To Do, Boat Launches, Boat Rentals, fishing, Hiking Trails, Merry-Go-Round, Playgrounds, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing, Ice Skating Hessian Lake in Bear Mountain Park

845-786-2701 
  Click to enlarge photo of Hessian Lake at Bear Mountain Park Hessian Lake is located in Bear Mountain State Park. Hessian Lake offers a dock on the Hudson River for mooring small craft, rental boats, and lake and River Fishing at Bear Mountain Park.

Add Bear Mountain Park to your list of Things To Do in the Summer . Plan a picnic followed by a boat ride on the lake. Launch your kayak or canoe and go Boating at Bear Mountain Park, Rockland County in the lower-Hudson Valley.






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

Click to enlarge photo of Evening Swim at Hessian Lake After a Picnic at Bear Mountain Park, relax, read, or take a short hike around the lake. For families with kids; be sure to take the kids to a special attraction, the Bear Mountain Park Carousel, featuring carved animals native to Bear Mountain and the Hudson Valley.

As the sun goes down and evening begins to fall over Hessian Lake, enjoy beautiful Scenic Views at Bear Mountain Park.

Bear Mountain State Park, a 5,000-acre park, is situated in rugged mountains rising from the west bank of the Hudson River. Bear Mountain Park, flagship of the Palisades Interstate Park System, is renowned for its natural beauty. The park is located in Bear Mountain, New York 10911 in Rockland County, just 45 miles north of New York City in the historic Hudson River Valley.

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photo of Lake Tiorati, Lake Tiorati Beach, Harriman State Park, swimming, fishing, boating, picnicking, ice fishing, Things To Do at Lake Tiorati, Beach, Biking, Boat Launch, Campgrounds, Winter Activities, Ice Skating, scenic ride Lake Tiorati - Harriman State Park

845-351-2568 
 
Click to enlarge photo of Lake Tiorati in Harriman State Park.

Click to enlarge photo of Lake Tiorati in Harriman State Park. Lake Tiorati Beach in Harriman State Park is located in Bear Mountain, Rockland County, New York.

Lake Tiorati was formed by clearing swampland in Harriman State Park and constructing a concrete dam to make two ponds into one large lake. Surrounded by meadows and rolling, wooded hills, the park offers excellent swimming, fishing, boating and picnicking. In winter, if conditions allow, the lake may be used for ice fishing. Bona fide groups may use the pioneer campsites near the lake.

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Scenic Drives
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.

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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 Memorial Tower and Drive were built with funds provided by the descendants of George Walbridge Perkins. Perkins Memorial Tower, atop Bear Mountain, provides spectacular views of the park, the Hudson Highlands, and Harriman State Park.

"The sinuous and steep drive, which leads to the Tower 1,305 feet above the Hudson River, was blasted off the mountain by 1,500 workers using 50,000 tons of dynamite. The tower, built to serve as a weather station and fire lookout, served those purposes until the 1950s. Work began in 1932, thanks to labor provided by the NYS Temporary Relief Administration. The drive and tower were inaugurated in 1934."

Hike, bike, or drive to Perkins Point, just be sure not to miss this attraction. Perkins Point is 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."

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Museum at Perkins Tower
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  Click to enlarge photo of Popolopen Creek from Bear Mountain Bridge.

Click to enlarge photo of Popolopen Creek from the Bear Mountain Bridge The Bear Mountain Bridge offers spectacular views of the Hudson River Valley. The bridge's roadway has eight-foot-wide shoulders for pedestrians and cyclists and incorporates the Maine-to-Georgia Appalachian Trail. Crossing the bridge on foot offers magnificent views, wonderful photo opportunities, and an invigorating walk.

On the walkway facing northeast, you can see 3 bridges from the Bear Mountain Bridge: the Popolopen Suspension Bridge, the Popolopen Creek Suspension Footbridge, and the train tracks. These bridges cross Popolopen Creek.

Popolopen Creek
Popolopen Creek is a stream, that is mostly fed by Lake Popolopen, Stillwell Lake, and Weyant's Pond. Eventually, the creek drains into the Hudson River. In 2002, New York's Governor George Pataki, dedicated a long suspension foot bridge that spans Popolopen Creek. The footbridge connects the trail between the twin forts and carries the Appalachian Trail on the western side of the Bear Mountain Bridge.

Popolopen Creek Suspension Footbridge
The Popolopen Creek Footbridge, a bridge for pedestrians only, was designed to create an economic and esthetically pleasing river crossing of 140m on the Appalachian Trail in Bear Mountain Park. The Popolopen Creek Suspension Footbridge is located in Fort Montgomery in Bear Mountain Park. You can access the bridge on a path near the Bear Mountain Bridge toll booths. Or, you can get to Popolopen Creek from Fort Montgomery. Parking is available at the Fort Montgomery Visitor Center off 9W, just north of the Bear Mountain Bridge, where you can hike down to the creek.

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Fort Montgomery and Fort Clinton, forts on each side of Popolopen Creek, were the scenes of fierce American Revolutionary war battles for control of the Hudson River. On October 6, 1777, the British captured both forts; destroying Fort Montgomery in the days that followed.

Today, Fort Montgomery Revolutionary Site is an archeological site and a historic ruin. Fort Montgomery State Historic Site is a genuine vestige of our nation's struggle for independence. Visitors will see the actual foundations of the fort's buildings and remains of the fort's earthworks. Visit Fort Montgomery and tour the remains of the 14 1/2 acre fortification, perched on a cliff overlooking the Hudson River.

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Click to enlarge photo of Sunset Bear Mountain road Drive along Route 202W/6W and enjoy spectacular views of the Hudson River. Park the car at this scenic view point one mile from the Bear Mountain Bridge. The bridge spans the Hudson River between Rockland County and Westchester County and carries a section of the world famous Appalachian Trail.

Bear Mountain Bridge
The Bear Mountain Bridge is a Suspension bridge. It was completed in 1924. According to the New York State Department of Transportation, the Bear Mountain Bridge carries approximately 20,000 vehicles per day across the Hudson River. In addition to carrying one 12-foot-wide lane in each direction for US 6 and US 202, the roadway has eight-foot-wide shoulders for pedestrians and cyclists that accommodate the Maine-to-Georgia Appalachian Trail. To discourage through trucks from using the bridge, the NYSBA prohibits rigs weighing more than 56 tons from using the span.

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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 Trailside Museums & Zoo, Bear Mountain - Rockland County

845-786-2701 
  Bear Mountain Park: Trailside Museum and Wildlife Center
The study of native animals and their habitat at Bear Mountain has a long history. In 1921, theAmerican Museum of Natural History installed a facility at the Boy Scouts headquarters on Lake Kanawauke. Four years later, the same Museum began a program for the study of insects in Harriman State Park. The Commission added a bear den in 1926, which became a small zoo, as the facility took in more injured animals in need of shelter.

Today's Trailside Museums and Zoo occupy 40-acres on a bluff 250 feet over the Hudson River. The trails, including the first section of the Appalachian Trail, are among the oldest in the country; they link the various homes of Samantha, the eagle, and other birds of prey, the bear den, as well as habitats for beavers, a river otter, foxes, coyotes, and more.

Children enjoy the various presentations of indigenous wildlife, geology and herpetology. On display are Native American artifacts, models of Revolutionary War battles fought on-site, and an exhibit of the origins of the Boy Scouts, and four Museum buildings. See the bald eagle, black bear, owl, river otter and more animals local to Bear Mountain.

The Trailside Museum and Wildlife Center also highlight the history of the area. Learn about the importance of Bear Mountain in the American Revolutionary War. Visit historic 1777 & 1779 Trails that retrace the routes taken by the British army during the American War of Independence. Visit Fort Montgomery, a Revolutionary War fort built to defend the Hudson Highlands and protect American control of the Hudson River and learn about the Battle of Fort Montgomery and Fort Clinton.

Young children, older children, and adults all enjoy visiting each of the Museum buildings that house different exhibits. Visit the Local Reptiles, Amphibians, and Fish Museum, the Geology Museum, History Museum and Nature Study Museum.

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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 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.

A Bit of History
Rockland County purchased the park in 1975. For decades the falls have been a natural attraction for their deep gorge and ravine effects. It is said that in the early 1900's, during his visits to Blauvelt, President Teddy Roosevelt frequently rode horseback in this area stopping at the peak for scenic views.

Directions A trail can be accessed at the entrance of the parking area for Buttermilk Falls County Park on Greenbush Road in West Nyack.

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Birding
Hiking / Walking (moderate level hike)
Nature Walks
Picnicking
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10920, U-Pick farm, pick-your-own apples, lower-Hudson Valley, Pumpkin Patch, children can enjoy picking out a pumpkin, Pick your own apples, Attractions, pumpkin patch, U-Pick, Apple Picking, Pumpkin Picking Dr. Davies Farm "Pick your own"

845-268-7020 
  Dr. Davies Farm, a U-Pick farm offering pick-your-own apples, is located at 306 Route 304, Congers NY 10920, Rockland County in the lower-Hudson Valley. "Enjoy a scenic trailer ride to the Pumpkin Patch, where you and your children can enjoy picking out a pumpkin in this beautiful farm setting."

The Davies Farmhouse was built in 1836 and was part of a 450-acre farm that ran from Rockland Lake to the Hudson River. Pick your own apples on over 35 acres with 4,000 apple trees.

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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 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.

Press blue button for more about activities and hours at Bowline Point Park in Haverstraw, NY.

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Fishing pier (scenic views)
Pavilion and Gazebo (Covered area - permits available for parties)
Picnic Tables (Picnicking is available throughout the park)
Playground (Accessible)
Playground for Toddlers
Pools (Olympic size pool and toddler pool
Tennis Court
Volleyball Courts
Walking pathsWater Spray Area

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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 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 Park offers 217 acres of parkland with picnic areas, hiking trails, camping grounds and a 6-acre lake for fishing. A permit is needed for over-night camping.

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Camping Grounds
Fishing (lake and river fishing)
Hiking Trails / Walking
Nature Trails
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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 Emeline Park "Scenic Hudson Valley"

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

From Scenic Hudson: "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."

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Bird Watching and Nature Study
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Kayaking & Canoeing
Picnicking at Emeline Park
Playground at Emeline Park
Scenic views
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After visiting Emeline Park, select one of several excellent restaurants in Haverstraw or greater Rockland County.

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10984, Park, Thiells, NY, Rockland County, open maintained fields, sports teams, free summer day camp, Town of Haverstraw, Things To Do at Rosman Park, Playing Fields Rosman Park

845-429-2200 
  Rosman Park is located at Woodbridge Drive & Gleason Drive, Thiells, NY 10984 in Rockland County. Rosman Park offers 6 acres of open maintained fields, available for use by various sports teams.

Press blue button for more information about free summer day camp for youngsters age 6-12 or contact the Town of Haverstraw at (845) 429-2200.

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Free summer day camp
Playing Fields

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10952, Ice Rinks, Ice Skating Rink, indoor rink, open year-round, Public Skating, Ice skating sessions, fun activity, family, Adult and Youth Ice Hockey, Ice Skating and Hockey Activities, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey, Public Skating Sport-O-Rama Ice Rinks "Ice Skating - Ice Hockey"

845-356-3919 
  Sport-O-Rama Ice Rinks Ice Skating Rink is located at 20 College Road, Monsey NY 10952, Rockland County in the Hudson Valley. Sport-O-Rama Ice Skating Rink was founded in 1974 and is an indoor rink that is open year-round.

Ice skating sessions for the public are one of the main attractions at Sport-O-Rama Ice Rinks. Ice Skating provides a fun activity for you and your family; and skating is a great exercise.

Sport-O-Rama offers both Adult and Youth Ice Hockey programs and leagues for players of all levels.

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10954, Gymnastics Academy, gymnastics classes, Nanuet, NY, gymnastics training system, children's Birthday Parties, Gymnastics Rockland Gymnastics Academy

845-624-4056 
  Rockland Gymnastics Academy, offering gymnastics classes, is located at 134 West Nyack Road, Nanuet, NY 10954 in Rockland County. At Rockland Gymnastics Academy we are dedicated to providing each student with the opportunity to develop his\her motor skills. The program is designed to develop skills through a progressive gymnastics training system giving students the opportunity to improve self-esteem and self-confidence through a non-competitive athletic experience.

Things To Do at Rockland Gymnastics Academy
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Gymnastics

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10954, Gymnastics, Nanuet, NY, Rockland County, education in gymnastics, fitness, program for all types of children, Children's Birthday Parties Tumble-Bee Gymnastics

845-623-2553 
  Tumble-Bee Gymnastics is located at 401 Nanuet Mall S, Nanuet, NY 10954 in Rockland County. Tumble Bee is more than just tumbling. We offer an education in gymnastics, fitness, and fun. We understand that all children are special, and they deserve to have self-confidence from an early age. No matter what size, shape, age, or ability, we have the perfect program for all types of children. Our goal is to have every child succeed and to walk out the door feeling better about themselves than when they walked in.

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Children's Birthday Parties
Gymnastics

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10956, Bowl, bowling center, bowling lanes, New City, NY,Things To Do, Bumper bowling for children, Kids leagues, kids play every game, League bowling, Open bowling, Parties, kids birthday parties, State-of-the-Art Scoring New City Bowl and Batting Cages

845-634-4977 
  Go bowling at New City Bowl, a bowling center offering 24 bowling lanes, located at 90 North Main Street, New City, NY 10956 in Rockland County.

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Birthday Parties (parties for kids and adults)
Bowling coupons
Bowling lanes (24)
Bowling leagues
Bumper bowling for children
Glow Bowling
Kids leagues (kids play every game)
Open bowling
Pro Shop
Senior Citizen Specials
Specials
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Youth programs

    Refreshments
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10956, Batting Cages, New City, NY, slow pitch softball, fast pitch softball, 30 mph baseball, 50 mph baseball, 70 mph baseball, Things To Do, more about New City Batting Cages New City Bowl and Batting Cages - Batting

845-634-4977 
  Go bowling at New City Batting Cages, offering five (5) batting cages, located at 90 North Main Street, New City, NY 10956 in Rockland County. New City Batting Cages offers 5 cages - slow pitch softball, fast pitch softball, 30 mph baseball, 50 mph baseball, 70 mph baseball. Cages are outdoors - they are open weather permitting.

Things To Do
Batting Cages (5)
Cages can also be rented by the hour for both individuals and teams.

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Audubon Society, environmental conservation, appreciation of birds, education programs,   birding, Rockland Rockland Audubon Society

845-639-9216 
  Rockland Audubon Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation of nature and the preservation of a healthy environment. Our mission is to promote environmental conservation and foster an appreciation of birds and nature through education programs and activities.

Join us for field trips, lectures, Birdathon, Butterfly Garden, and many more birding activities. Press blue button for our schedule of field trips, photos, membership, and more about Rockland Audubon.

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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 Hook Mountain State Park

845-268-3020 
  Hook Mountain State Park is part of the Palisades Interstate Park system. Just north of the Nyacks, 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.

Brief History: Saving Hook Mountain and the Tappan Zee Riverfront
In the last quarter of the nineteenth century, quarrying, which started on the Jersey Palisades, spread upriver, threatening to deface Hook Mountain on the Tappan Zee and the entire riverfront . . . In 1872, the erection of a stone crusher at Hook Mountain signaled the beginning of large-scale operations. By 1900, this and 31 smaller quarries between Piermont and Nyack were operating. Sentiment was growing to stop this defacement . . .

George W. Perkins, president of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, played an instrumental role in influencing the philanthropists of his time as to the importance of preserving the Palisades. He believed the forested Highlands of the Hudson, famous for their scenery and as Revolutionary strongholds, would become a recreational resource for the people of the metropolitan district. The acquisition of Hook Mountain by the Commission was made possible by generous contributions by members of the Harriman, Perkins, and Rockefeller families, who have been adding to park holdings even up to the present time. Press blue button for entire text from New York-New Jersey Trail Conference.

Visit Perkins Point, built in tribute to George Perkins. At Perkins Point you will experience spectacular views of the Hudson River, Bear Mountain Bridge, West Point, Storm King, and Fort Montgomery. Four states are visible (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania), including the New York City skyline.

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    Biking
    Beautiful views as you bike along the Hudson River's edge. The bike path follows the river's edge from Haverstraw Beach State to Nyack Beach State Park in Upper Nyack. For more biking trails, visit biking in the Hudson River Valley.

    Bird Watching
    Hook Mountain State Park is best known as a hawk watch site. More about the Audubon Society and great spots for Birding.

    Hiking
    Enjoy scenic landscapes while hiking along the banks of the Hudson River.

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10960, Rockland County, YMCA, adult lap swimming, swimming lessons,  aquatic fun for the whole family, Nyack, NY, Rockland County, Aquatics, swim instructor, year-round aquatics program, aquatic activities, Children's Birthday Parties Rockland County YMCA "Swimming"

845-358-0245 
  Rockland County YMCA, offering adult lap swimming, swimming lessons, and more aquatic fun for the whole family, is located at 35 South Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960, Rockland County.

Aquatics
The YMCA is America's favorite swim instructor. Every year at the Rockland County YMCA we teach over one thousand students of all ages and abilities to swim. We provide a year-round aquatics program, both instructional and recreational, for all ages, levels, abilities and interests. Our aquatics program lays a foundation of water skills and safety guidelines so participants can enjoy a lifetime of safe and healthy aquatic activities. Our programs are designed to allow members to master skills at their own pace, while encouraging their progress and building self confidence.

Things To Do at Rockland County YMCA
Children's Birthday Parties
Swimming
Swimming lessons

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10962, Gymnastics, gymnastics for all ages, Orangeburg, NY, Rockland County, classes for children, teach gymnastics, fitness, fun, raise the student's self-esteem, competitive team program, National Championships, Children's Birthday Parties, Gymnastics Galaxy Gymnastics

845-398-1000 
  Galaxy Gymnastics, offering gymnastics for all ages, is located at 17A Greenbush Road South, Orangeburg, NY 10962 in Rockland County.

The word is
From the owner: "We offer classes for children as young as 18 months old and up. Our philosophy is to teach gymnastics and fitness in a fun, safe environment and to raise the student's self-esteem . . . Galaxy has a successful competitive team program. We have had several State, Regional, and National Champions. Our team has had gymnasts qualify to the Junior Olympic National Championships every year we have been open."

Things To Do at Galaxy Gymnastics
Children's Birthday Parties
Gymnastics

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10962, Pottery, Art Studio, Orangetown Shopping Center, Orangeburg, NY, Rockland County, paint your own pottery, Things To Do, Party Packages, party options, Plan a birthday party, Baby Showers, Bachelorette Parties, Birthday Party, Bridal Showers Glaze Pottery and Art Studio

845-359-9020 
  Glaze Pottery and Art Studio is located at 34 Orangetown Shopping Center, Orangeburg, NY 10962 in Rockland County. Stop in to paint your own pottery or choose from our extensive selection of mosaics and create a dazzling work of art.

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Choose from several party options for children five and up. Plan a birthday party or

    Baby Showers
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    Bar & Bat Mitzvahs
    Birthday Party
    Bridal Showers
    Craft Nights
    Family Reunions
    Girl Scout Outing
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    Holiday Celebrations
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Tackamack Park on Clausland Mountain Road, Scenic Hudson, county park, Things To Do at Clausland Mountain Park, Bird Watching, Hiking and walking trails, Nature hikes, Scenic views, eating out in Rockland County, restaurants in Nyack Clausland Mountain Park "Scenic Hudson Valley"

845-364-2670 
  Clausland Mountain Park
Town of Orangetown, Upper Grandview
Tackamack Park on Clausland Mountain Road
Hudson River Valley, New York State

Orangeburg, Rockland County (550 acres) - Scenic Hudson helped citizens protect the forested ridgeline of this county park - named after the 17th-century leader of a nearby Native American tribe.

From Scenic Hudson: "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. Clausland Mountain Park is owned by Rockland County.

Clausland Mountain is a very 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. The land is in its natural state, with many fine scenic overlooks. 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.

Things To Do at Clausland Mountain Park
Bird Watching
Hiking and walking trails
Nature hikes and Nature Study
Scenic views over the Hudson Valley

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After a day of birding, hiking, nature study, and relaxing in the fresh air, pack a picnic from the healthy produce at one of the Hudson Valley Farmers Markets.

If you prefer eating out in Rockland County, find great cafes and restaurants in Nyack.

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10965, Pearl River, Lanes, bowling center, bowling lanes, Pearl River, NY,  Things To Do, Bumper bowling, children, League bowling, Open bowling, Parties, kids birthday parties Pearl River Lanes

845-735-8400 
  Go bowling at Pearl River Lanes, a bowling center offering 22 bowling lanes, located at 100 North Middletown Road, Pearl River, NY 10965 in Rockland County.

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Pro Shop
Scoring (automatic)
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    Refreshments
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    Snackbar

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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 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 extends one mile across the Hudson River, from Rockland toward Westchester County. You can bike, walk, jog, or drive (with a yearly parking permit) to the end of the pier. Fishing along the pier is popular (check the fishing rule limits) and often very rewarding, especially during the spring run of stripers.

Piermont Marsh
Piermont Marsh, part of the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Department of Environmental Conservation, is located on the west shore of the Tappan Zee Bridge, in the village of Piermont, Orangetown, Rockland County, NY. The site occupies two miles of shoreline south of the mile-long Erie Pier and includes the mouth of Sparkill Creek and extensive tidal shallows. For information about flora (plant life), fauna (animal life) and endangered species at Piermont Marsh, visit Hudson River Reserve, New York, Piermont Marsh Component.

Click to enlarge photo of Bench on Piermont Pier.

Photo of Bench on Piermont Pier For your comfort, benches have been placed frequently on both sides of the path. Walk to the end of the pier as mild to strong breezes keep the air cool and delightful; even on the warmest days of summer. For summer evening and early morning walks you may need a light jacket.

Facing Westchester County, with Rockland County behind you; look to your left and see Hook Mountain in Nyack (another scenic spot along the Hudson River), the Tappan Zee Bridge, and Westchester County on the east side of the Hudson River. With Westchester County straight ahead, look to the right and you can see the New York City skyline; and the Piermont Marsh is to the far right.

Piermont Pier

  • Piermont Pier is located in Piermont, NY 10968, Rockland County

  • Open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm all year round.

  • Parking is available at the beginning of the pier.

  • Yearly passes that allow you to drive out on the pier are also available (Book early - passes are limited)

  • Things To Do at Piermont Pier
    Birding | Bird Watching
    Fishing in the Hudson Valley
    Hiking / Walking
    Scenic Views

    Restaurants near Pier at Piermont
    Several good restaurants (and a few exceptional restaurants) ice cream shops, and a coffee cafe, are located near Piermont Pier. Find more activities, attractions, and things to do in Rockland County and the beautiful Hudson River Valley.

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    10970, Orchards, U-Pick farm, pick-your-own apples, lower-Hudson Valley, Farm Store, organic foods, Attractions, Organic food options, U-Pick, Apple Picking, Pumpkin Picking Orchards of Concklin "Pick-Your-Own"

    845-354-0369 
      Orchards of Concklin, a U-Pick farm offering pick-your-own apples, is located at 2 South Mountain Road, Pomona NY 10970, Rockland County in the lower-Hudson Valley. "The Orchards has been farming in Rockland County since 1712."

    The on premises Farm Store sells produce that they grow in addition to other locally grown produce. The on premises bakery offers pies, cookies and cakes from century old traditional recipes, including the "famous" Apple Cider Donuts, fresh pressed Apple Cider, local honey, and a wide variety of organic foods, sugar free and wheat free products.

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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 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.

    Fishermen enjoy excellent fishing throughout the year, including the winter freeze, when many return for ice fishing on the lake. Lake Askoti also offers excellent bird watching sites.

    Each of these lakes offer seasonal activities for the whole family. Find many things to do, including photography, at one or more of these beautiful lakes. Go fishing in spring, summer, and fall; and ice-fishing in the winter. Hike in all seasons. Hiking is especially invigorating in the fall when the air is cooler and you can see the stunning foliage of autumn in New York. Winter hiking can also be great fun and exercise, especially when its time to stop and have a hot drink from your thermos.The lakes that comprise 7 Lakes Drive, offer activities and attractions year round; including swimming, boating, fishing, and fabulous bird watching.

    The lakes that comprise 7 Lakes Drive, offer activities and attractions year round; including swimming, boating, fishing, and fabulous bird watching.

    Things To Do at Lake Askoti
    Bird Watching
    Hudson Valley Fishing (NYS fishing license required)
    Hiking trails in Hudson Valley

      Winter Activities at Lake Askoti
      Ice Fishing

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

    Click to enlarge photos of Lake Skannatati in Harriman State Park.

    Lake Skannatati, approximately 36.3 acres in size, is located in Orange County in the Town of Tuxedo, New York. Lake Skannatati is located very near Lake Askoti and is one of 31 lakes and reservoirs in Harriman State Park.

    The parking lot, located adjacent to Lake Skannatati, provides convenient parking close to a boat launch site and provides easy access to several hiking trails.



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

    Lake Skannatati offers hiking trails for all levels of hikers, including trails, at varying elevations, around the lake. Launch your boat and enjoy kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. Fish species present include Largemouth Bass, Brook Trout and Pan fish.







    Things To Do at Lake Skannatati
    Birding | Bird Watching
    Boat Launch Site (next to parking lot)
    Boating (canoeing, kayaking, row boats)
    Fishing (NYS fishing license required)
    Fishing spots in Hudson Valley (NYS fishing license required)
    Food
    Group Camping
    Hiking trails in the Hudson Valley

      Winter Activities at Lake Skannatati
      Cross-Country Skiing
      Ice Fishing

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

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

    Lake Tiorati Beach in Harriman State Park is located in Orange County, New York

    Lake Tiorati was formed by clearing swampland in Harriman State Park and constructing a concrete dam to make two ponds into one large lake. Surrounded by meadows and rolling, wooded hills, the park offers excellent swimming, fishing, boating and picnicking. In winter, if conditions allow, the lake may be used for ice fishing. Bona fide groups may use the pioneer campsites near the lake.


    Things To Do at Lake Tiorati Beach
    Beach
    Biking
    Boat Launch Sites
    Campgrounds
    Fishing spots in Hudson Valley (NYS fishing license required)
    Food
    Group Camping
    Hiking trails in the Hudson Valley
    Picnic Tables
    Scout Camping
    Showers
    Swimming

      Winter Activities at Lake Tiorati Beach
      Ice Fishing

    Directions
    Directions: Bear Mountain Bridge to 7 Lakes Drive

    1. Head west on US-202 W/US-6 W/Bear Mountain Bridge Rd toward Circle DrContinue to follow US-202 W/US-6 W - 0.4 miles

    2. At the traffic circle, continue straight onto US-6 W - 2.6 miles

    3. Take exit 18 for US-6 toward NY-17/I-87/Central Valley/Seven Lakes Drive - 0.3 miles

    4. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto 7 Lakes Drive - 3.4 miles

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    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 Anthony Wayne Recreation Area - Harriman State Park

    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.

    Press blue button for park description, hours of operation, directions, fees, and more about the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area at Harriman State Park.

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    Harriman State Park, located in Rockland and Orange counties, is the second-largest park in the New York State parks system, with 31 lakes and reservoirs, 200 miles of hiking trails, and more.

    Things To Do in Anthony Wayne Recreation Area
    Biking
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    Picnic Tables
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      Winter Activities
      Cross-Country Skiing

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    Appalachian, Trail, hike, hikers, hiking, Scenic Trail, National Trails System Act, public footpath, Appalachian Mountain range,  linear park, trail clubs, Hudson River  Bear Mountain Bridge,  Fahnestock State Park, National Scenic Trail, National Park Appalachian Trail in Bear Mountain - Rockland County

     
     
    The Appalachian Trail
    The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, designated a linear National Park by the 1968 National Trails System Act, is a continuous, marked public footpath extending approximately 2,144 miles from Mount Katahdin, Maine to Springer Mountain, Georgia along the Appalachian Mountain range.

    Click to enlarge photo of Appalachian Trail Sign.

    Click to enlarge photo of Appalachian Trail Sign.from the bear Mountain Bridge. The sign reads:
    "APPALACHIAN TRAIL
    Footpath for Hikers
    2100 Miles Georgia-Maine
    Maintained by Volunteers
    NY - NJ Trail Conference"

    Note: Look for this sign on the Rockland side of the Bear Mountain Bridge tollbooths.


    "The [Appalachian] trail maintains a wilderness character by following the scenic ridges of the Appalachian Mountain ranges of the White, Green, Berkshire, Ramapo, Kittatinny, Blue Ridge, Great Smoky, and Nantahala Mountains. The Appalachian Trail is protected along most of its course by federal or state ownership of the land. The entire trail environment is maintained as a place for everyone to hike and enjoy the Appalachian Mountains, while at the same time conserving the natural, scenic, historical and cultural resources of this one-of-a-kind, linear park." Source: Signage at the Visitor Center on the Palisades Interstate Parkway.


    A Bit of History
    In 1921, the idea for the Appalachian Trail originated with a volunteer forester Benton MacKaye. He conceived " The Trail " as a refuge from modern stresses, stretching along the spine of the Appalachian Mountains, where hikers could re-connect with the natural world. Once MacKaye's idea was published, over the years, volunteers from hiking groups in the Northeast made that dream a reality - a 2,144-mile-long hiking trail that became our nation's first National Scenic Trail.

    Through a network of 32 hiking and trail clubs from Maine to Georgia, volunteers form the basis of a unique, volunteer-based, cooperative management system for this national parkland. Volunteers take an active role in safeguarding the quality of the Trail both for the hiking public and local communities. The private Appalachian Trail Conference oversees the volunteer effort along the Trail's length.



    Click to enlarge photo of the Bear Mountain Bridge.

    Click to enlarge photo of the Bear Mountain Bridge taken from Perkins Memorial Drive. The roadway of the Bear Mountain Bridge carries the Maine-to-Georgia Appalachian Trail. The Bear Mountain Bridge has eight-foot-wide shoulders for pedestrians and cyclists to comfortably walk on both sides of the bridge.

    Click to enlarge photo of View of the Hudson River.

    Click to enlarge photo of View on the Bear Mountain Bridge The photo of the Hudson Valley is taken from the northwest side of the bridge. Experience wonderful views of the majestic Hudson River when walking the Appalachian Trail on the Bear Mountain Bridge.

    The Appalachian Trail enters New Jersey at the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, and runs northward along the ridgeline of the Kittatinny Mountains to High Point State Park. There it strikes east along the NJ/NY state line, crosses the Wawayanda plateau, and enters New York state on the ridge overlooking Greenwood Lake. It traverses Harriman-Bear Mountain State Park (where the Appalachian trail was first conceived), crosses the Hudson River on the Bear Mountain Bridge, heading northeasterly towards and through Fahnestock State Park. Continuing northeast, it crosses into Connecticut near Kent, CT.


    Click to enlarge photo of Popolopen Creek from the Bear Mountain Bridge.

    Click to enlarge photo of View of Popolopen Creek from Bear Mountain Bridge The Popolopen Creek Footbridge, a bridge for pedestrians only, connects the trail between the twin forts, Fort Montgomery and Fort Clinton, and carries the Appalachian Trail on the western side of the Bear Mountain Bridge.

    Popolopen Creek
    Popolopen Creek is a stream that is mostly fed by Lake Popolopen, Stillwell Lake, and Weyant's Pond. Eventually, the creek drains into the Hudson River. In 2002, New York's Governor George Pataki, dedicated a long suspension foot bridge that spans Popolopen Creek.

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    About Applefest, Hudson Valley, Village of Warwick, Top 100 Events, one-day event, Warwick’s apples, culture, and entertainment, festival, Festival proceeds benefit these and other local non-profit organizations, Things To Do and See at the Festival Applefest Festival

    845-987-8300 
     

    About Applefest
    Located in the Hudson Valley
    Village of Warwick, New York

    Admission is FREE

    Applefest began in 1989 as a simple harvest celebration to support the Warwick Valley Community Center. Named one of the “Top 100 Events” in the country, over 30,000 visitors now attend the one-day event, traveling from neighboring states to experience the extraordinary variety of Warwick’s apples, culture, and entertainment. The festival is produced by the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Warwick Valley Community Center. Festival proceeds benefit these and other local non-profit organizations.

    Things To Do and See at the Festival

  • Over 200 craft vendors
  • Dozens of food vendors
  • 50 local non-profit exhibitors
  • Music & entertainment on several stages all day
  • Children’s Carnival
  • Farmers’ Market
  • Walk to Village shops, restaurants & businesses
  • Apple Pie Baking Contest (slices for sale)
  • Applefest Visitor's Guide
    An updated Applefest Visitors’ Guide will be posted on the website before Applefest next fall, and will also be available for free at the festival.

    This 32-page booklet contains schedules of Applefest events, transportation information, directories for craft/food vendors, wineries, u-pick apples, a user-friendly map of the festival area, ads for local businesses and more.

    Press Blue Button for more information about Applefest.

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    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 Bear Mountain State Park - Rockland County

    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. 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 45 miles north of New York City, in the historic and beautiful Hudson River Valley.
    Lakes, ponds, forest, hills, and mountains abound at Bear Mountain. Bear Mountain is heavily forested, offering the natural beauty of sights such as Perkins Memorial Tower,

      Historic Appalachian Trail
      Of interest to hikers, the historic Appalachian Trail is carried across the Bear Mountain Bridge and the Popolopen Suspension Bridge. Although campgrounds and lodging are available, Bear Mountain Park is primarily a day-use park offering magnificent scenery, photo opportunities, and great hiking for all levels of hikers. The historic Bear Mountain Inn, situated in Bear Mountain Park, overlooks Hessian Lake and provides food and overnight accommodations. Food is also available at several vendors around Hessian Lake and in other areas of the park.

    Bear Mountain Park attractions and activities include a large playing field, picnic groves, rowboat 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.

    Perkins Memorial Tower sits 1,305 feet above the Hudson River, atop Bear Mountain. Perkins Point and Perkins Memorial Tower afford spectacular views of the park, the Hudson Highlands and Harriman State Park. Driving, biking, or hiking along Perkins Memorial Drive offers breathtaking views from many vantage points leading to Perkins Memorial Tower perched at the top of the mountain. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at one of many picnic spots that are available along Perkins Memorial Drive.

    Click to enlarge photo of sign - Popolopen Creek Trail to Fort Montgomery.

    Click to enlarge photo of sign - Popolopen Creek Trail to Fort Montgomery Popolopen Creek Trail to Fort Montgomery
    Walk the Popolopen Creek Trail to Fort Montgomery where you will "standon the site of Fort Clinton, which was built along with Fort Montgomery to prevent British ships from sailing up the Hudson River during the Revolutionary War. On October 6, 1777, the British captured both forts and destroyed them shortly thereafter.

    "This trail leads down to the Popolopen Creek and across the Popolopen Suspension Footbridge to Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. Fort Montgomery is an archeological site and a historic ruin. Interpretive signs and an audio tour are available to help understand the history of the fort and the battle."


    Educational Activities for Kids
    Educational attractions that are fun for kids include the Trailside Museum and Zoo, and the historic Merry-Go-Round featuring beautifully hand carved seats of native animals. After a ride on the merry-go-round, visit the zoo and see how many native animals you can recognize. Perhaps your children can help name the animals native to Bear Mountain.
      Kids Attractions at Bear Mountain

      Historic Merry-Go-Round
      The Merry-Go-Round Pavilion at Bear Mountain features hand painted scenes of the park and hand carved seats of native animals including: black bear, wild turkey, deer, raccoon, skunk, Canada goose, fox, swan, bobcat, rabbit and more. For more about this historic Merry-Go-Round at Bear Mountain, visit Merry-Go-Round at Bear Mountain State Park..

      Trailside Museum and Zoo
      There are four museums at Trailside. The Reptile and Amphibian House is home to a variety of turtles, snakes, frogs, toads, salamanders and skinks as well as many species of fish. The Nature Study Museum houses specimens originally created by the Museum of Natural History to educate people about animal identification. Visitors can learn about geologic formations of the Hudson Highlands in the Geology Museum and local Native American and early settler culture in the History Museum.

    Things To Do at Bear Mountain Park
    Biking Trails
    Boat Rentals
    Dockage
    Fishing (lake and river fishing)
    Food at park and at Bear Mountain Inn
    Hiking Trails / Walking
    Merry-Go-Round Pavilion
    Nature Trail
    Perkins Memorial Drive & Tower
    Picnic Tables
    Playground
    Playing Fields
    Pool (very large pool)
    Swimming
    Trailside Museums
    Zoo and Nature Park

      Winter Activities
      Cross-Country Skiing
      Ice Skating
      Snowshoeing

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    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 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.

    Things To Do
    Beach
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    Campsites
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    Hiking Trails / Walking
    Picnic Tables
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    State Park, green space in Rockland County, Hiking trails, spectacular views of the Hudson Valley, Things To Do, Hiking / Walking Trails, Scenic Views Blauvelt State Park

    845-359-0544 
      Blauvelt State Park is 590-acres of forested green space in Rockland County. 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.

    Things To Do at Blauvelt State Park
    Birding
    Hiking / Walking Trails
    Scenic Views

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    Blauvelt State Park is undeveloped - there are no toilets and there is limited parking.

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    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 Harriman State Park - Rockland County (and Orange)

    845-786-2701 
      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, 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. Harriman State Park includes Lakes Welch, Sebago, Tiorati and Silvermine, the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, Sebago Cabins and Beaver Pond Campgrounds.

    Things To Do
    Biking Trails in Hudson Valley
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      Cross-Country Skiing
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    10956, Park, day-use facility, picnicking, swimming, hiking, Things To Do, Food, Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables, Pool, Showers High Tor State Park

    845-634-8074 
      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.

    Things To Do
    Food
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    Showers

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    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 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.


    Things To Do at Lake Askoti
    Birding | Bird Watching
    Fishing spots in the Hudson Valley (NYS fishing license required)
    Hiking trails in the Hudson Valley

      Winter Activities
      Ice Fishing

    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.

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    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 Lake Kanawauke - Harriman State Park

     
      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.

    Things To Do
    Bird Watching
    Boat Launch
    Fishing spots in Hudson Valley
    Hiking trails in Hudson Valley
    Picnic Tables

      Winter Activities
      Ice Fishing

    The word is Lake Kanawauke offers great fishing in Rockland County. The fish are plentiful with huge bass; also plentiful are perch, pan fish, and carp.

    Scenic Drives
    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.

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    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 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.

    Things To Do
    Birding | Bird Watching
    Fishing spots in Hudson Valley
    Hiking trails in Hudson Valley

    Scenic Drives
    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.

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    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 Lake Sebago Beach - Harriman State Park - Rockland

    845-351-2583 
      Lake Sebago Beach in Harriman State Park is located in Rockland County, New York. Lawns, fields and picnic areas surround Lake Sebago Beach. In addition to swimming on the sandy beach, anglers can fish for bass, perch, sunfish and more.

    Things To Do
    Beach
    Boat launches
    Boating (Canoeing, Kayaking)
    Fishing spots in the Hudson Valley (NYS fishing license required)
    Hiking trails in the Hudson Valley
    Picnic tables
    Playgrounds
    Playing fields
    Showers
    Swimming

    Press blue button for park description, hours of operation, getting there, fees, and more about Lake Sebago Beach at Harriman State Park.

    Scenic Drives
    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.

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    Lake Skannatati, lakes and reservoirs, Harriman State Park, parking, boat launch site, Launch your boat, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, boat launch site, fishing, ice fishing, hiking trails, Birding, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing Lake Skannatati - Harriman State Park in Rockland County

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

    Click to enlarge photo of Lake Skannatati in Harriman State Park. Lake Skannatati, approximately 36.3 acres in size, is located in Orange County in the Town of Tuxedo, New York. Lake Skannatati is located very near Lake Askoti and is one of 31 lakes and reservoirs in Harriman State Park.

    The parking lot, located adjacent to Lake Skannatati, provides convenient parking close to the boat launch site and provides easy access to several hiking trails.

    Click to enlarge photo of Lake Skannatati in Harriman State Park. Lake Skannatati offers hiking trails for all levels of hikers, including trails, at varying elevations, around the lake. Launch your boat and enjoy kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. Fish speciesthat are present include Largemouth Bass, Brook Trout and Pan fish.


    Things To Do at Lake Skannatati
    Birding | Bird Watching
    Boat Launch Site (next to parking lot)
    Boating (canoeing, kayaking, row boats)
    Fishing in the Hudson Valley (NYS fishing license required)
    Hiking trails around Lake Skannatati

      Winter Activities
      Cross-Country Skiing
      Ice Fishing

    Scenic Drives
    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, Skannatati, Askoti, Kanawauke, Tiorati, Nawahunta and Silver Mine Lake.

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    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 Lake Welch Beach - Harriman State Park - Rockland

    845-947-2444 
      Lake Welch Beach in Harriman State Park is located in Rockland County, New York. The beach at Lake Welch is man-made with its half-mile-long sandy beach in the wooded hills of the Ramapo Mountains. Lake Welch 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. In the hot days of summer, have a great day swimming at the beach.

    The word is The beach can get very crowded on summer weekends.

    Things To Do
    Beach
    Boat Launch Sites
    Boating
    Camping (Beaver Pond Campground)
    Fishing spots in Hudson Valley
    Food
    Grills
    Hiking trails in Hudson Valley
    Picnicking
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    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 Nyack Beach State Park

    845-268-3020 
      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.

    Things To Do
    Biking Trail
    Boat Launch Sites
    Fishing
    Hiking Trails / Walking
    Picnic Tables

      Winter Activities
      Cross-Country Skiing

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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 Lake State Park

    845-268-3020 
      Rockland Lake State Park is located at 299 Rockland Lake Road, Valley Cottage NY 10989, Rockland County. The lake is located on a ridge of Hook Mountain above the west bank of the Hudson River.

    The park offers two Olympic-sized swimming pools and two kiddies pools for swimming on the hot days of summer. After a swim, enjoy a picnic at the picnic tables and grills. The park also offers a car-top boat launch and boat rentals, hiking trails with breathtaking views of the Hudson Valley, six tennis courts and two golf courses. Anglers can fish Rockland Lake for bass, perch and norlunge; walkers and joggers can use the fitness trail around the lake. Winter visitors enjoy designated cross-country ski trails and sledding slopes.

    Things To Do
    Biking
    Boat Launch Sites
    Boat Rentals
    Fishing
    Food
    Golf
    Hiking Trails / Walking
    Nature Trail
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    Playground
    Swimming (2 Olympic sized pools and kiddies pool)
    Tennis

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    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 Sebago Cabin Camp - Harriman State Park Lake Sebago - Rockland

    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.

    Things To Do at Sebago Cabin Camp
    Beach
    Biking
    Boat Rentals
    Cabins (Accessible)
    Camper Recreation
    Fishing
    Grills
    Hiking
    Picnic Tables
    Playgrounds
    Recreation Programs
    Showers (Accessible)Tennis

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      Cross-Country Skiing

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

    845-351-2568 
      Silver Mine is part of the beautiful and scenic Harriman State Park, located in Rockland and Orange counties. The Silver Mine area of Harriman State Park offers picnic grounds, fishing, hiking, and a boat launch site.

    Things To Do
    Biking (helmets required)
    Boat Launch
    Fishing
    Hiking trails
    Picnic Tables

      Winter Activities
      Ice Fishing

    Scenic Drives
    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.

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    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 Tallman Mountain State Park

    845-359-0544 
      Tallman Mountain State 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. The 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.

    Things To Do
    Biking
    Hiking Paths / Walking
    Picnic Tables
    Playground
    Playing Fields
    Showers
    Swimming (pool)
    Tennis

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      Cross-Country Skiing

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    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 Dater Mountain Nature Park

    845-364-2670 
      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. The Park contains eight federally designated wetlands and provides habitat for two NYS endangered species (the Northern Cricket Frog and the Allegheny Woodrat) and one threatened species (the Timber Rattlesnake)."

    A Bit of History
    "Dater Mountain Nature Park has many local family histories. The Munsee Indians once inhabited the property. It is the westerly part of the Spence Patent. Dater crossing brought the locality into contact with Route 17 and Tuxedo. The area was extensively logged in the later 1700's and into the 1800’s; trees were burned in pits to produce charcoal for the smelting of iron ore. Many of these pits can be found throughout the property. The land was acquired in two phases. In 1981, 150 acres was obtained through tax delinquency. Phase 2 included the acquisition 235.5 acres of land in 2004 as part of Rockland County’s Open Space Acquisition Program."

    Press blue button for wildlife information and more about Dater Mountain Nature Park, including parking, directions, future plans and wildlife on record. Click the map for hiking trails.

    Things To Do at Dater Mountain Nature Park
    Birding
    Hiking / Walking
    Nature Study
    Scenic Views

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    Battles of the American Revolution, Battle of Stony Point, Stony Point, New York, Stony Point Battlefield,   Revolutionary War, battles, Hudson River, museum, children's activities, Stony Point Lighthouse, Attractions at Stony Point Battlefield American Revolution - Stony Point Battlefield "State Historic Site"

    845-786-2521 
      Battles of the American Revolution
    Battle of Stony Point
    Date: July 16th, 1779
    Between: British against the American Continental Army
    Location: Stony Point, New York

    The Stony Point Battlefield marks the "Battle of Stony Point" and the victory of the American light infantry over the British in a daring midnight raid.

    Visit the site of the Battle of Stony Point, one of the last major Revolutionary War battles in the northeastern colonies. This is where Brigadier General Anthony Wayne led his corps of Continental Light Infantry in a daring midnight attack on the British, seizing the site's fortifications and taking the British garrison as prisoners on July 16, 1779.

    By the late 1770s, the war had been raging for four years and both sides were eager for a conclusion. Sir Henry Clinton, commander of the British forces in America, attempted to coerce General George Washington into one decisive battle to control the Hudson River. As part of his strategy, Clinton fortified Stony Point. Washington devised a plan for Wayne to lead an attack on the fort. Armed with bayonets only, the infantry captured the fort in short order, ending British control of the river.

    The site features a museum, which offers exhibits on the battle and the 1826 Stony Point Lighthouse, as well as interpretive programs, such as reenactments highlighting 18th century military life, cannon and musket firings, cooking demonstrations, and children's activities.

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    Children's Activities
    Costumed Interpreters
    Demonstrations
    Educational Services
    Group Tours
    Museum and Visitors Center
    Picnic Area

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    Rockland County, YMCA, Gymnastic classes, Suffern, NY, Rockland County, Dance Programs at Suffern, Gymnastics Tumbling, annual spring recital, Children's Birthday Parties, Gymnastics Rockland County YMCA "Gymnastics"

    845-357-4404 
      Rockland County YMCA, offering Gymnastic classes, is located at 91 Washington Ave, Suffern, NY 10901 in Rockland County.

    Overview of Dance Programs at Suffern
    The Suffern branch of the YMCA has a well-established non-competitive dance program offering classes in Creative Movement, Tap, Classical Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Hip Hop and Gymnastics Tumbling. We offer classes for children as young as 2 1/2 through high school. Students will have the opportunity to perform in our annual spring recital held at Rockland Community College.

    Things To Do at Rockland County YMCA
    Children's Birthday Parties
    Gymnastics

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    10984, Ballfields, Thiells, NY, Rockland County, Playing fields, baseball, softball fields, nature walk, Mineceongo creek, fishing, activities, park hours, Things To Do, Hiking/Walking Trail, Nature Trails, Playing Fields Thiells Mt. Ivy Ballfields

    845-429-2200 
      Thiells Mt. Ivy Ballfields are located in Thiells, NY 10984 in Rockland County. Playing fields are available to be used as two baseball and/or softball fields with sixty foot bases and backstops. Fields could also be used for various sport teams.

    Also available is a nature walk or jogging path along the Mineceongo creek. If you enjoy fishing, in late March or early Fall the Town of Haverstraw stocks the Mineceongo creek with Trout.

    Press blue button for more about activities, park hours, and directions to Thiells Mt. Ivy Ballfields in Rockland County.

    Things To Do at Thiells Mt. Ivy Ballfields
    Fishing
    Hiking/Walking Trail (along the Mineceongo Creek)
    Nature Trails
    Playing Fields

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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 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 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.

    A Bit of History
    "Clausland is named after the "Clever Indian", Jans Claus, whose Indian name was Tackamack. He acted as an agent for the sale of land to Dutch settlers. Clausland Mountain Park was purchased in 1969, funded by local donations, County funds and a Federal grant. Three adjoining tax delinquent parcels were acquired in 1981. In 2000, two more parcels consisting of 50 acres, were purchased in cooperation with Scenic Hudson Land Trust Inc., Clausland Mountain Preservation Association, Town of Orangetown, NYS Department of Parks & Recreation and Columbia University."

    Press blue button for parking and directions; click map for hiking trails.

    Things To Do at Clausland Mountain Park
    Birding
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    Scenic Views

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    10993, Lanes, bowling, bowling lanes, West Haverstraw, NY, Things To Do, Bumper bowling, children, League bowling, Moonlite bowling, Parties, kids birthday parties, Tournaments Hi Tor Lanes

    845-429-8000 
      Go bowling at Hi Tor Lanes, a bowling center offering 20 bowling lanes, located at 40 South Route 9W, West Haverstraw, NY 10993 in Rockland County.

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    Pro Shop
    Scoring (automatic)
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    Youth programs

      Refreshments
      Lounge
      Snackbar

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     West Nyack Children | Kids - Activities | Things To Do

    Plan a Birthday Party, Build a Bear, Build-A-Party, Palisades Center, West Nyack, New York, party planners, party just for you, party, about, birthday parties, birthday parties at Build-a-Bear Build-A-Bear™ Parties for Kids - West Nyack

    845-353-1895 
     
    Plan a Birthday Party at Build a Bear
    Celebrate any occasion with a Build-A-Party

    Location - Palisades Center, West Nyack, New York

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  • Our party planners can customize a party just for you

  • Have a party with NO mess and NO clean up

  • Includes a party leader to keep your guests entertained

  • The ultimate party favor - Each guest gets their own furry friend

  • Each guest makes their own stuffed animal

  • Press blue button to learn more about birthday parties at Build-a-Bear.

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    IMAX Theatre at Palisades Center

    845-358-4629 
     
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    10994, Lounge, bowling center, Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY, Things To Do, Bowling lanes, Parties, kids, adult parties, Sports Bar, Attractions, Billiard Tables, Game room, Air Hockey & Roller Ball, The word is, Bowling, upscale bowling center Lucky Strike Lanes

    845-358-1602 
      Go bowling at Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge, a bowling center offering 12 bowling lanes, located at 4662 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994 in Rockland County.

    Things To Do
    Birthday Parties (parties for kids and adults)
    Bowling lanes (12)

      Refreshments
      Menu available on website
      Sports Bar

      Attractions
      6 Billiard Tables
      Game room (Air Hockey & Roller Ball)

      The word is Bowling for all ages at this "bowling center" with a dress code and upscale menu. Very mixed reviews - check out recent reviews on the web.

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    10994, West Nyack, NY, shopping, stores, restaurants, entertainment for children, Great Shopping, best shopping, electronics, jewelry, shoes, attractions for kids, Children's activities, directory of stores, Mall, Shopping Plaza Palisades Center Mall "Shopping Center"

    845-348-1000 
      Palisades Center Mall is located at 1000 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994, Rockland County in the lower-Hudson Valley. Palisades Center offers four floors of shopping with over 400 stores, restaurants, and entertainment for children and adults.

    Great Shopping
    Palisades Center Mall offers the best shopping in Rockland County with over 200 specialty stores, including bookstores, electronics, jewelry, shoes, maternity, sports equipment, toys & hobbies, clothing for women, men, and children, and stores for the home including Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Bed, Bath & Beyond.

    Anchor stores include Burlington Coat Factory, JC Penney, Macy's, Lord & Taylor, Target, and Home Depot, and brand stores such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Abercrombie Kids, Gap, and more.

    Palisades Centers offers many attractions for kids. Children's activities and attractions include ice skating, a carousel, 68 foot tall Ferris Wheel, bowling center, and more fun things for kids at the mall.

      Children's Attractions
      Bowling Center & Lounge
      AMC Loews Stadium 21
      Ice Skating Rink (NHL size)
      IMAX Theatre

      Exercise at Palisades Mall
      Walking has become America's most popular form of exercise because it is safe, simple and inexpensive. Join your friends and neighbors at Palisades Center for healthful walking at your own pace in climate-controlled comfort.

    Press blue button for a directory of stores, restaurants, and more information about the Palisades Center Mall and Shopping Plaza.

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    10994, Ice Rink, Palisades Center Mall, year-round ice activities, Public Skating, Learn to Skate, Learn to Play Hockey programs, Open Hockey, Stick Time, Ice Rink Attractions, Freestyle Ice Skating, Ice Skating Lessons, Public Ice Skating, Hockey Palisades Ice Rink "Ice Skating - Ice Hockey"

    845-353-4855 
      The Palisades Center Ice Rink is located at 4900 Palisades Center, West Nyack, NY 10994 on the 4th floor, of the Palisades Center Mall, directly above Macy's. We offer year-round ice activities including, Public Skating, Learn to Skate programs, Learn to Play Hockey programs, Open Hockey, Stick Time, Summer Camps and Clinics to name a few.

    Ice Activities and Attractions
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      Ice Skating
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    Press blue button for information about Skate School, Summer Camp, Stick Time, Open hockey, Freestyle, and more.

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