Nyack Beach State Park

4.61 Vote
  • Address: 698 N Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960, USA, Upper Nyack, United States
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  • Phone: +1-8453581316
  • Tags: Park, Hiking Trail, Biking Trail, Family And Kids, Fishing

In the Rockland County, this state park of Nyack beach comprises 61 acre riverfront area. You can enjoy biking, cycling, hiking, and fishing here. The park is a perfect place to host your picnics or get-togethers. You will get permission from the park authority to launch kayaks and windsurfers from the beach. They will provide you boat launches and picnic tables. In winter season, you can enjoy country skiing here. It will be a bliss of solitude for you to have a walk on the beachside of the Hudson river.

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  • Nyack Beach State Park Address: 698 N Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960, USA, Upper Nyack, United States
  • Nyack Beach State Park Contact Number: +1-8453581316
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  • The waterfront has a tiny beach like area with sand and the surrounding trees providing ample shade on the nearby picnic area which makes it an ideal place to just sit and chill with the family on a hot summer day. The road down to the waterfront was closed when we were there so it was super quite and serene. Parking was $6 and they didn't accept credit card, thumbs down for that.

  • A bit over crowded and people don't respect leash laws or even just personal space. Love the views and is super clean. Don't expect to have any privacy tho

  • Also known as, "Hook Mountain.". The main trail is unpaved and flat and goes for at least 5 miles following the contour of the Hudson River on one side and the enormous Palisades cliffs on the other side. Trail is great for walking, for dogs, and for off-road cycling. The trail lets out to small cove beaches on the Hudson...my dog loves to get into the water. There are also a lot of small tributary trails that lead up the mountain to a huge plateau near the top. You may need hiking boots for the tributary trails.

  • Nice park but needs more maintenance and maps for public.

  • Beautiful, peaceful, natural; bikers and hikers, walkers and runners sharing paths along the mighty Hudson

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