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Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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Went camping here for the first time and had a great time with my wife and a friend of ours the staff was very nice and once settled it found it to be a great camping experience weather getting a lean... read more »
This large Westchester County park is a true gem - miles and miles of trails through mixed woods, along streams, up and down small mountains.. perfect for hiking, running, cross-country skiing, picnic... read more »
This is a beautiful park with hundreds of acres to walk, hike, and enjoy. There are any different arenas: woods if you prefer, a stream to walk along, an old graveyard to explire,open grassy fields, m... read more »
I went camping with some friends here. We rented lots 13 & 14 for a group of 6 and there was so much room we didn't even use the second campsite. We were able to park right on the campsite. There was a space for a fire outside and there was a 3 sided stone lean-to that had a place at waist level, with a chimney to cook inside, so even if it rained we wouldn't need to worry about cooking or getting wet. There were no grates for the fire, so we used a cast iron skillet right on it which worked well. The grass was mainly cut. It was grown in about a few inches, but you can tell they have good upkeep. All the lawns and shared areas are very well done and neat! There was an option for bathrooms. Either 6 Porta-potties within a minute walk or commercial bathrooms with lights, and showers which were a 5 minute walk. The buildings with Bathrooms and Showers were very clean! We walked the small maybe 100' flower garden, which was disappointing (only saw 3 signs describing plants) but a nice little 5 minutes walk over a tiny bridge and small stream.
Great place to wander. Nice nature center/museum. Fun activities for kids. Aviary. Good place to get out. Campgrounds fill up quickly and can only reserve in person!
One of my favorite parks in the area. Lots of well-maintained trails through interesting terrain. Not too crowded either.
Awsome hiking and great place to be with nature
Great hiking trails and views. Must visit if you love nature.
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