Hike, Bike & Explore
From breathtaking vistas to thrilling mountain bike trails to kid-friendly nature centers and preserves, nearly 50,000 acres of accessible open space, including more than 24,000 acres of Westchester County parkland, will take you beyond expectations.
in Westchester County
One of the country’s most extraordinary scenic trail systems awaits your discovery in Westchester County.
Visitors and locals alike enjoy the picturesque scenery and unspoiled parks, picnic spots, historic sites and nature preserves unfettered by crowds. Enjoy an active day or getaway, whether you choose hiking, running, biking, or just a leisurely stroll among nature’s beauty. In winter, cross-country skiers revel in Westchester’s snow-covered trails. Trail details include distances, access points, historical notes, sites of interest and parking locations, if available, near the trails’ main access points. Before setting out, please remember: Choose routes and trip lengths suitable to your individual abilities. Motorized vehicles are not permitted on any trail. Be alert to motor traffic at crossings. Walkers, runners and hikers should keep to the right and allow bicyclists to pass on the left. All trails close at dusk. Regulations for pets/leashed dogs vary by location.