Thirteen-mile rail trail that stretches from the former Hopewell Junction train depot to the Walkway Over the Hudson.
A 14K acre park offering hiking, a beautiful beach on Canopus Lake, picnicking, camping, boating, fishing, hunting, and more.
Expansive park featuring 31 lakes, two beaches, two campgrounds, and over 200 miles of trails.
Picturesque campground just five miles from Woodstock offering boating, fishing, and hiking.
Tent and trailer campsites as well as cabin and cottage camping facilities. Two beaches, boat launch sites, boat rentals, playgrounds, sports fields, and more.
Comprising more than 1,000 acres, this park offers hiking, camping, and access to the Norrie Marina.
Featuring numerous waterfalls, three lakes, and rugged terrain of the Shawangunk Ridge. Hiking, biking, swimming, rock climbing, bouldering, and boating.
World-class climbing and hiking along majestic Shawangunk Ridge. Horseback riding, cycling, and running also welcome! Visitor center open daily 9-5.
Spring-fall camping, hiking, and fishing at a historic area with two lakes and mountain trails.
Beachfront park adjacent to Beacon train station with picnicing, boat launch, and expansive views.
Southernmost promontory of the Shawangunks offering expansive views. Other attractions include ice caves, Lake Maratanza, and VerKeerderkill Falls.
A system of nearly 40 parks and preserves along the Hudson River for hiking, biking, strolling, and enjoying nature. Locations throughout the Hudson Valley.
Comprises 21,935 acres of nearly pristine natural refuge. Enjoy a combined 83 miles of hiking and biking trails through remarkable woodland.
A linear walkway spanning the Hudson River. At 1.28 miles long and 212 feet tall, it is the longest elevated pedestrian bridge in the world.
Twenty-two miles of linear park from Wallkill to Kingston. Includes Rosendale Trestle, soaring 150 feet over Rondout Creek with views of Joppenburgh Mountain.