Scenic Hudson RiverWalk Park at Tarrytown

RiverWalk Park at TarrytownUpriver View from RiverWalk Park. Robert Rodriguez, Jr.

Tarrytown, Westchester County (5.2 acres)—Scenic Hudson partnered with the village, county and developer Natural RE/sources to turn this longtime industrial site into a waterfront park offering magnificent views stretching from the Manhattan skyline to the Tappan Zee Bridge. Features include a 0.6-mile riverside esplanade, a series of grass terraces and lawns, and an "eco-corridor" filled with native plants. A segment of the planned 51-mile Westchester County RiverWalk, the park is adjacent to Tarrytown's Pierson Park.

Park Features

  • Access via train
  • Universally accessible
  • Bird watching/nature study
  • Landscaping maintained by Friends of the RiverWalk-Tarrytown volunteers
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Walking
  • Cycling (separate trail)
  • Dog walking
  • Food nearby

When to visit

The park is open from a half-hour before sunrise to a half-hour after sunset. For inquiries about Scenic Hudson RiverWalk Park at Tarrytown, contact the Village of Tarrytown at 914-631-8347.

Location

250 W. Main St., Tarrytown (just north of Pierson Park)



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