Teatown Lake Trail

EASY 29 reviews

Teatown Lake Trail is a 2.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Croton-on-Hudson, New York that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until December. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

2.8 miles 124 feet Loop

dog friendly

kid friendly

birding

fishing

hiking

nature trips

snowshoeing

trail running

walking

forest

lake

wild flowers

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1 month ago

Nice hike. Easy and calm. Warm January day. No snow and about 44 degrees.

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5 months ago

It's nice that it's within another bigger trail for an option or more challenging hike. The Tea Town lake is descent in size and the view is enjoyable after a long hike with our dogs. Just keep in mind that there's no phone service and bring a bug spray with you.

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6 months ago

Nice easy trails and very well marked. Nice views of the lakes. Went down to the waterfall but not enough rain this year so it was jus a trickle. Good for families.

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1 year ago

Trails around the lake are great. Easy walking, nice scenery, areas for rest and picnics. Parking lots offer convenience right near the trail openings. The hike was an overall great experience for the first hour.... then it wasn't. Some might say this trail took a turn for the worse. Be warned: the Briarcliff/Peekskill trail is not part of the Reservation hike. We followed that trail from the Waterfall, and 3 hours later found ourselves in the midst of an active hunting trail. We walked into piles of deer remnants, a dog kennel featuring nonstop barking, and a trail that went 5 feet from people's homes. We then discovered, much to our surprise, that the trail does not loop, but rather continues downstate. Once we hit Route 9, we turned around on the trail and walked for 3 miles on neighborhood roads, in the dark, to our vehicle. In trying to leisurely walk 2 miles, we actually did 10 miles through the woods and the dark. Though definitely a product of our own stupidity, I would take caution when choosing your trail.