Brinton Brook Sanctuary

Brinton Brook Sanctuary
County: Westchester Co
Open: Year-Round
Price: Free
Dog-friendly: Yes, Dogs must be leashed

Brinton Brook Sanctuary is Saw Mill River Audubon’s largest sanctuary, covering 156 acres and offering over four miles of hiking trails through a variety of habitats.

The entrance road to Brinton Brook Sanctuary is marked with a sign and located off Route 9A in the Town of Cortlandt, New York, just north of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson.

The trails of Brinton Brook Sanctuary connect to the Highland Trail, part of the Croton-on-Hudson village trail system, and overlooking the Hudson River.

You can download a trail map on the website.

EVENTS:
Every 2nd Saturday at 9:00am, there is a free, guided hike starting from the main parking area.

HOURS:
Open 7 days a week, sunrise to sunset

PLEASE NOTE:
This is a living museum. Do not remove plants or animals. No hunting, trapping, fishing, camping, fires, biking or motorized vehicles.


 

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