Kitchawan Preserve

DESCRIPTION: A Westchester County park with 5.2 miles of hiking trails and 208 acres of woodlands. One end of the Teatown-Kitchawan Trail. Kitchawan was a former research facility of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Hikers through the trails and unpaved roads that traverse the property will find remnants of old stone walls that typically divided crop fields and private properties a century ago. 

WHERE IT IS LOCATED: 712 Kitchawan Rd. (Route 134), Ossining, NY 10562. On the north side of Route 134, at a sharp and steep curve, about 0.6 miles west of Route 100 and 1.3 miles east of the Taconic.

MORE INFORMATION: You can find more specific information on Kitchawan Preserve on both the Westchester County Parks Department web site and the Town of Yorktown.

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