Monsey Glen County Park
- Address: Monsey, NY 10952, USA, United States
- Tags: Outdoors, Hiking Trail, Nature, Adults
Monsey Glen County Park is a great place for nature-lovers and hikers. Spread over 25 acres, this natural area is home to several hiking trails that are easy and well-marked. You will also come across some caves in the park that were used by local Indians. The tools that were found during the excavations suggest that they date back to almost 3,000 years. Animals like white-tailed deer, rabbit, and chipmunk are often sighted here. You can hike, explore the woods, and enjoy birdwatching as well.
Monsey Glen County Park Reviews & Ratings
Pretty lame park. Not much to look at. The trail also intersects with itself hundreds of times making it very difficult to get anywhere.The trail intersects with giant power line stuff and runs right by a water cleaning place and right next to houses and streets so there's really poor views. There are also signs posted everywhere about ticks carrying Lyme disease making me really question whether this park was worth the risk. If it's been raining recently there is a nice little river at the bottom though. It is a super easy trail though and it is conviniently located for people around the Shopping District of Monsey so if you're in the area it might be worth swinging by for a bit. As long as you keep your bearings you should be able to find your way out to the river at the bottom and back.
Explored with my family. Daughter loves it
Little patch of woods (a few tenths of a square km) with a stream running through it, next to an abandoned railroad. Nothing exciting, but a nice little walk in the forest
Nice place to take a quiet, peaceful walk.
It's a great place