Lake Meahagh Park Buchanan

187 Westchester Ave, Buchanan, NY 10511, United States

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Lake Meahagh Park Buchanan, located off Westchester Avenue in Verplanck, is a recreational area designated to the enjoyment of by many local residents.  Covering several acres, the park offers picturesque views of the Hudson River.  Lake Meahagh captures a nostalgic charm that anyone can appreciate.  For over four decades, Town of Cortlandt residents have enjoyed fishing, picnicking and outdoor ice skating at Lake Meahagh Park.   Nature lovers can enjoy the wildlife at the park.  During the late winter, bird watching groups come to Lake Meahagh to catch a glimpse of the Bald Eagles.

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