Rockefeller State Park Preserve

Archville, New York 10510

Rockefeller State Park Preserve

Rockefeller State Park Preserve Professional Guide

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"Meander about this green oasis just 30 miles from New York and even closer to the setting of Washington Irvings most famous story. Let carriage roads carry you past cattle pastures, ash trees, and rock formations."

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Hiking through History New York (Falcon Guides)
Randi Minetor
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"Walk the carriage roads that John D. Rockefeller Jr. created on his own land for the enjoyment of the local and global community. Few paths are more walkable than those created by John D. Rockefeller Jr., whether they crisscross the lake- strewn landscape between the mountains of Acadia National Park in Maine or wander through the floodplains of the Hudson River Valley. Here at the state park that bears his name, Rockefeller put his love of the outdoors and open space to work to create a parklike setting for his family and his community, and it’s our good fortune to be able to come here and wander to our heart’s content. The trail we selected begins with the Old Sleepy Hollow Road Trail, and takes advantage of some connector trails to bring you to the Pocantico Hills, an area of healthy forest and undulating terrain." Read more

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Trail Information

Archville
Nearby City
5.9
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
3 to 4 hours
Duration
Mar through Oct
Best Times
Rockefeller Park Preserve
Local Contacts
USGS White Plains, NY. A black-and-white hiking map can be printed out from the Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve website or the New York State parks website (see below).
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Dec 2018