Madam Brett Park
Catheryna Brett, the first European settler in the present-day city, operated a gristmill here along Fishkill Creek, which later powered the Tioronda Hat Works (whose ruins sit adjacent to the park).
Fishkill Marsh furnishes a home for amphibians and aquatic mammals and provides hunting grounds for ospreys and bald eagles and a stopover for migratory birds.
A waterfall on the creek is especially impressive, and raucous, in spring or after heavy rains.
- Wildlife watching
- Cross country skiing & snowshoeing
Open daily, sunrise to sunset