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Harriman State Park, located in Rockland and Orange counties, is the second-largest park in the parks system, with 31 lakes and reservoirs, 200 miles of hiking trails, three beaches, two public camping areas, a network of group camps, miles of streams and scenic roads, and scores of wildlife species, vistas and vantage points. Harriman State Park's major facilities include Lakes Welch, Sebago, Tiorati and Silvermine, the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, Sebago Cabins and Beaver Pond Campgrounds. *Boat launch sites require a boat permit. Please contact the park for further details.

on Camp Smith Trail

hiking
6 days ago

Ok hike through the woods but if your looking for views this isn't the hike . Couple of technical sections but overall easy hike nothing exciting

trail running
7 days ago

I was in town on business and had a chance to do this trail, and it was great. The trail is very challenging and offers great views of the Hudson.

Good trail, well marked, easy to access - approx. 1.5 h drive from NYC. We took red>orange>black>white trails and the total loop was 5 miles, I did it twice and both times my watch was showing distance 5 miles.

Great views!!! Five stars
A definite hike for the avid hiker!!

Varied trails, great with kids.

on Lemon Squeezer

hiking
20 days ago

Great day walk. Park at Elk Pen. We turned it into a two day explore hike. Took this train to right and ended first day at Island Pond. Great swimming. Next day walked AT to LT to Elk Pen.

hiking
21 days ago

Kanawauke Rd was closed so we parked down the street a bit at the kanawauke picnic area. We walked about a half mile down the road past the road black and bushwhacked up the unmarked side of black Rock Mountain untill we met up with the trail. These are some of the best vantage points I've ever gotten at Harriman with a very rocky open summit . From the top we continued along to the bald rocks and shelter area which is also very nice . from the Bald rocks we took the yellow trail about half a mile to an unmarked trail that led back to the road we started .

very nice trail. varied terrain. it took about 3.5 hours to do.