Croton Gorge Park:
Croton-On-Hudson, NY

 

Croton Dam is the highlight of the 97 acre Croton Gorge Park. The park has many hiking paths as well as a bridge over the impressive dam from the Croton River above. There is a playground and picnic tables near the dam, and the park is very popular for fishing. Swimming is not allowed in the river. There are open fields that are great for flying kites or playing games. The Croton Dam was originally built in 1842 to supply New York City with water. When it was unable to supply enough water, the Cornell dam was built instead. The beauty of the Croton Dam still remains to be enjoyed by visitors.

 

Posted: April 5, 2018

Address:

35 Yorktown Rd

Croton-On-Hudson, NY 10520

 

Phone Number:

(914) 864-7275

 

Hours:

Open 24 Hours

Price: Free

Parking fees: $5 with Park Pass, $10 without Park Pass — Fri., Sat., & Sun., May through September only

 

Approximate Distance from:

Brooklyn Bridge: 55 minutes

Lakewood: 1 hour, 50 minutes

Monsey: 45 minutes

 

Website: parks.westchestergov.com



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