Rockefeller State Park Preserve

Park
Route 117 & Sleepy Hollow Rd, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591, United States
Hours:
None listed (See when people check in)

People tend to check in during these times:

  • Today
    • 10:00 AM–Noon
    • 3:00 PM–4:00 PM
  • Sat–Sun
    • 7:00 AM–6:00 PM
  • Mon
    • 10:00 AM–4:00 PM
  • Tue
    • 1:00 PM–4:00 PM
  • Wed
    • 11:00 AM–Noon
    • 2:00 PM–3:00 PM
  • Thu
    • 10:00 AM–3:00 PM
8.7/10

Based on 32 votes

People like this place

Total Visitors
1,054
Total Visits
2,454
Save
Share
  • What you need to know
    Carlo Z.
    Great protected park with great trails for running and biking.(7 Tips)
    Chandraisgreat
    picnics are only allowed near the parking lot(2 Tips)
    The Ritz-Carlton
    Jog, bike, or stroll through the Rockefeller Nature...(2 Tips)
    Carrot C.
    massive park has dozens of paths to explore outside the city.(2 Tips)
Log in to leave tips at this venue!
Sort:
  • Recent
  • Popular

19 tips. Filter by taste:

  • all tips
  • trails
  • paths
  • picnic tables
  • biking
  • scenic views
  • park
  • turkey
  • parking
  • beach
  • The Ritz-Carlton

    Jog, bike, or stroll through the Rockefeller Nature Trail, which consists of an 11-mile trail that winds throughout Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve.

    The Ritz-Carlton · March 16
    Save
  • Parks & Trails N.

    Rockefeller State Park Preserve is a participant in Parks & Trails New York's I Love My Park Day! Find more information by visiting www.ptny.org. Read more

    Save
  • Kira G.

    Lovely scenic views, not crowded despite being a beautiful Saturday, picnic tables abound, the trails are well stomped and fine for strollers, and you will be passed by horses and dogs aplenty.

    Kira Garvin Lerman · August 17, 2014
    Save
  • Brendan L.

    Parking is just before you turn into the hospital

    Brendan Lewis · July 12, 2014
    Save
  • Jonathan B.

    4 Turkey Vultures sitting on low branches near Sleepy Hollow Rd Trail bridge Happy TG!

    Jonathan Birenbaum · November 28, 2013
    Save
  • Carlo Z.

    Great protected park with great trails for running and biking.

    Carlo Zenarosa · August 28, 2013
    Save
  • Jonathan B.

    Best trail running in NY

    Jonathan Birenbaum · February 3, 2013
    Save
  • Carrot C.

    Calling all runners and appreciators of nature, this massive park has dozens of paths to explore outside the city.

    Carrot Creative · January 30, 2013
    Save
  • Adam K.

    Rockefeller Park 10-Mile Counterclockwise Loop from Stone Barns, Stone Barns Parking Lot, Daves Loop, VC, 13 Bridges, OCA, SHHS, Old Sleepy Hollow Rd & back http://connect.garmin.com/course/2347204

    Adam Krajchir · October 29, 2012
    Save
  • Houlihan Lawrence

    Like most state parks, Rockefeller State Park Preserve offers free admission for seniors on weekdays - otherwise is $6 to enter.

    Houlihan Lawrence · October 9, 2012
    Save
  • Jonathan K.

    Seek out the haunting place of a few spirits, including the White Lady of Raven Rock. Visit this website to get there. http://archivesleuth.wordpress.com/2011/09/06/how-to-get-to-raven-rock/

    Jonathan Kruk · July 24, 2012
    Save
  • Chandraisgreat

    picnics are only allowed near the parking lot but nevertheless its a great place to visit

    Chandraisgreat · December 20, 2010
    Save
  • Andrea G.

    Really pretty place for a casual walk.

    Andrea G · December 2, 2010
    Save
  • Cristobel

    Tons of running trails both marked and unmarked. Scenery includes the Blue Hill restaurant & farm, the Hudson, the OCA, stone bridges, fields, brooks, streams...

    Cristobel · November 28, 2010
    Save
  • Shebna O.

    Sleepy hollow high school lot: good starting point for a run at rockies

    Shebna Olsen · November 14, 2010
    Save
  • Angela

    Take a short walk to stone barns, tour the pig pens, and stop for lunch. Don't forget to bring your dog!

    Angela · October 2, 2010
    Save
  • Julie S.

    Great place to go for a walk. Lot's for the kids to look at and investigate.

    Julie Sebastian · August 17, 2010
    Save
  • Joe V.

    The best place to run in Westchester, miles and miles of easy-on-the-body dirt paths and the prettest scenery to make the miles zip by.

    Joe Venturini · July 20, 2010
    Save
  • Cal C.

    Good trails. Free after 4pm means lost revenue opportunity

    Cal C · July 9, 2010
    Save