Hudson Highlands Gateway Park

Hudson Highlands Gateway Park

Mushroom by a log Photo:Jane Daniels Mushroom by a log Photo:Jane Daniels
41.313604, -73.923977

Once a Revolutionary War lookout site, Hudson HIghlands Gateway park was preserved in 2000 for hiking, birding, cross-country skiing, fishing and snowshoeing.

In 1998, a coalition of 35 groups representing homeowners, the community, government agencies and several environmental organizations gathered to preserve this site, which had twice been threatened by development. Scenic Hudson Land Trust and Westchester County raised $6 million in 2000 to buy the parcel, with the Town of Cortlandt managing it. In 2016, the Town of Cortlandt became the sole...

Park Acreage:

352.00 acres



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Contact Information

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Town of Cortlandt


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Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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Trip Reports

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March 24, 2010
Invasive removal day
Scenic Hudson is sponsoring an invasive (Russian Olive) removal day May 15, 10am-1pm. Contact Anthony Coneski, 845-473-4440x273 or
Walt Daniels
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