Hudson Highlands Gateway Park
Cortlandt, Westchester County
Hudson River Valley, New York State
"The 5.2 miles of trails in this park co-owned by Scenic Hudson, the Town of Cortlandt and Westchester County offer exciting opportunities to explore forests, rock ridges, streams and wetlands, as well as the myriad wildlife dependent upon them. Hudson Highlands Gateway Park is managed by the Town of Cortlandt, with trails maintained in cooperation with the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference."
"Hudson Highlands Gateway Park, threatened twice by dense residential development, was protected in 1998 when a coalition of more than 35 groups representing homeowners, the community, government agencies and several environmental organizations united to preserve this 352-acre site. The Coalition to Preserve the Hudson Highlands Gateway raised $6 million to buy the parcel. In May 2000, The Scenic Hudson Land Trust, the Town of Cortlandt and Westchester County purchased the property."
Things to Do at Hudson Highlands Gateway Park
Winter Activities at Hudson Highlands Gateway Park
Cross Country Skiing
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Hours of operation and more about Hudson Highlands Gateway Park.
After a day of hiking, walking, nature study, or relaxing in the park, dine at one of many excellent
restaurants in Cortlandt Manor, and nearby towns in northern Westchester County.
Location: Cortlandt Manor