Explore the most popular trails in Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

A scenic haven approximately 40 miles from New York City, Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park offers day trippers a day of fun and relaxation. The park's spacious picnic areas, which can accommodate individual families as well as large groups, may be reserved in advance. The park's mammoth pool can hold 3,500 bathers at one time! In addition the park offers a host of other activities for people of all ages to enjoy. Did You Know? In the early 1900s, FDR State Park was once the site of Mohansic State Insane Asylum. The park's oasis of blue water, Mohansic Lake and Crom Pond, provide excellent freshwater fishing and boating. Popular catches include bass, perch, and sun fish. A New York State Freshwater Fishing License is required. Licenses can be purchased at town halls or at a variety of sporting good stores. Both rowboats and pedal boats are available for rental; however, a regional boating permit allows visitors to launch their own rowboats, canoes or kayaks. For an additional fee, rowboat owners may also store their boats. In wintertime, the water's tree lined border provides a winter wonderland backdrop for ice skaters and ice fisherman. For those who are content to remain in the park's picnic areas, there are many other activities to enjoy. Many picnic areas have volleyball nets and many have softball fields nearby. Two NCAA regulation basketball courts and a soccerfield are available for recreational use or league play. Sports enthusiasts may wish to try their hand at Disc golf a short distance from the picnic areas. One can play either 9 or 18 holes. The rules and scorecards are located at the course and loaner Frisbees are available from the park office. The park's hills and trails are perfect for winter sports. The young and the young at heart will enjoy sledding or cross country skiing. 2010 information on: Rules and Regulation of the Park, Pool and Picnic Permits.

Agradable paseo en un camino pavimentado / camino con un poco en un camino de grava bien cuidado. No es una caminata de ninguna manera, pero un paseo muy agradable.

ciclismo en carretera
Sunday, October 22, 2017

Paseo muy tranquilo y no lleno de gente en absoluto! Fuimos alrededor de las 2:00 pm y terminamos alrededor de las 3:30 o así, ¡pero paramos en la cascada para tomar algunas fotos! El sendero a veces conduce detrás de los patios traseros de las personas, pero sigue siendo una ruta muy hermosa en octubre. Llamadas de pájaros muy chulas!

ciclismo de montaña
Monday, August 15, 2016

Para el ciclismo de montaña, en realidad no hay nada, el senderismo sería simplemente caminar por las carreteras, no hay muchos senderos y una tarifa de estacionamiento de $ 8.

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Saturday, April 29, 2017

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