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Westchester’s quietest park (also, one of its most beautiful)

By Posted in - Camping & Hiking on November 1st, 2015


Ward Pound Ridge Reservation is truly one of the region’s most impressive parks. Nestled among the rolling hills of eastern Westchester, just a few miles from the border with Connecticut, this park offers pristine and expansive woodlands just a quick one-hour drive from Manhattan. And with its picturesque meadows, well-maintained trails, interpretive center and museum, not to mention its fine roads and facilities, you’d be forgiven thinking Ward Pound Ridge Reservation is a state or, maybe, national park. In actuality, the reservation is a Westchester county park–the result of a century of good planning, community investment and untold volunteer hours. For the full description, click here.

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