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Croton Gorge Unique Area

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Croton Gorge Unique Area locator map

Croton Gorge Unique Area consists of 21 acres in the Town of Cortlandt, Westchester County.

Recreation

There are currently no designated trails on this state unique area.

Foot Trails

This property is immediately adjacent to the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail. (This link leaves the DEC website.)

Geocaching

Geocaching is allowed although caches must be marked with the owner's contact information and may not be placed in dangerous or ecologically sensitive locations. See the February 2005 article in Conservationist Magazine for more information on geo-caching.

Tips for Using State Forests

State lands belong to all of us. Please help care for this area and enhance the enjoyment of it for yourself and those who follow by observing these simple guidelines.

Facilities

Sign at Croton Gorge Unique Area

There is no parking are for this facility.

Important Phone Numbers

State Forest Office 845-256-3078 (Monday through Friday, 8AM -4 PM)
Forest Ranger 877-457-5680 (Evenings, Weekends and Holidays)
Emergencies: 911