Kakiat County Park

Kakiat County Park

View from the Mountain Trail - Photo by Daniel Chazin View from the Mountain Trail - Photo by Daniel Chazin
41.14579, -74.112855

Diverse topography, from flat wetlands to rolling hills, to steep mountainside. The Mahwah River flows southwesterly the length of the park for approximately 2500 feet. Heavy rains can flood areas along the stream. 

Adjacent to the southeastern side of Harriman State Park, this remnant of a land patent from the King of England consists of diverse topography, ranging from flat wetlands to the steep mountainside of the Ramapo Escarpment. Wildlife here is also varied, with deer, fox, and other mammals, in addition to numerous birds and reptiles, including the timber rattlesnake.

Park Acreage:

376.00 acres



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Contact Information

Web Link:

County of Rockland


(845) 364-2670



Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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Trip Reports

rate experience
December 10, 2009
Construction complete. Park fully open.
Rockland County Parks reports that bridge and other construction has been completed and that the park is fully open as of this writing.
Ken Malkin
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