George’s Island Park Montrose

Dutch St, Montrose, NY 10548, United States

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 (914) 737-7530

Monday-Sunday, 8:00AM to dusk, year-round

George’s Island Park Montrose is a 208-acre riverside park offering a freshwater pond, nature study, picnic spots, tidal wetlands, fishing, baseball and wooded trails linked to the Hudson River Greenway, and boat access to the Hudson River for sailing and more. In winter, this is a favorite spot for watching eagles on the Hudson. A trail network links the park to the Hudson River Greenway.

Admission and Fees: County park pass is not required for admission.

Directions: Dutch Street, Montrose

Park Hours: Open seven days a week, 8 a.m. to dusk, year-round.

Dogs: Must be leashed. Please pick up after your dog.

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