If Bear Mountain is the flagship of the Palisades Interstate Park system, Harriman is its heart and at more than 47,500 acres, is our largest park. The park bears the name of the Harriman family – Edward Henry, the railroad baron, his wife Mary, and their sons Averell, PIPC Commissioner and New York Governor and Roland, PIPC Commissioner – whose fortune contributed mightily to the early achievements of the PIPC. Much of the park also remains undeveloped and provides habitat for a rich variety of wildlife. Blessed with wooded hills and valleys, crystalline lakes and reservoirs – 31 of them! – scenic vistas and vantage points. Harriman is also a hikers' paradise, it boasts over 200 miles of trails, including segments of the Appalachian Trail and the Long Path.
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700 Kanawauke Rd.
Stony Point, NY 10980
Things to do and see
Beaver Pond Campground (Click Here)
Sebago Cabins (Click Here)
Fishing (wheel chair accessible)
Silvermine Picnic Area
Anthony Wayne Recreation Area
Metal detecting at Lake Welch
Pioneer camping at Lake Tiorati