Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary, Garrison

(20+ reviews on the web)
Wildlife Area Nature / Park
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Reviews
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  • Perfect place to enjoy some nature. There's only 8 parking spots and they're numbered. Today was a rainy cloudy day so no it was pretty empty but I heard it gets crowded when its nicer out. There are ...  more »
  • Constitution marsh is a nice, moderately easy hike that gets you in close to the marsh wildlife next to the mighty Hudson River. Never too crowded, it's a great place to bring the kids for a couple ho...  more »
  • It was the third small town we went. My boyfriend chose it as our Valentines Day's dating place and it really amazed me. We went to this trail at dusk so it was ZERO noise.We saw the sunshine lay down...  more »
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  • Awesome place to go for a quite walk through the woods. Filled with the sounds of birds and other animals. The trail can be challenging. They're filled with rocky steep hills. The only way to the Marshes is by trail.
  • It is certainly beautiful and worth visiting. But they have no parking there which is ridiculous because it's only accessible by car. They have literally a parking space for 8 cars. Not kidding, 8 cars only. Me and my friend were very confused and ended up parking in the middle of nowhere 1 mile away.
  • Great walk all times of the year, especially good for later in the day when the sun is about to set. Not the most ideal place for a sunset, atleast in the winter.
  • Early Morning at Cold Spring by Asher B. Durand (1796-1886) Durand just pre-dates the "School" of painters that took the Hudson River as their name; his style is somewhat more Old World, giving his scenes a mythic quality, as opposed to later styles that felt the realistic beauty that they captured was what they wanted to share
  • gorgeous spot on the hudson. a boardwalk snakes around the marsh creating areas of privacy amongst the reeds and inlets.