Here’s your chance to stand in the middle of the Hudson River and not get wet. You’ll also stride along (almost) a mile of history to get there.
Hand-built in the mid-1800s, the 4,000-foot-long pier originally served as the terminus of the Erie Railroad; passengers disembarked from trains onto boats bound for New York City.
Fishing is allowed during warmer months, while visits to the Piermont Marsh, located on the west side of the pier, are fun year-round for bird watchers and power walkers.
- Outstanding river views
- Wildlife Watching
Open daily, sunrise to sunset