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Teatown Weekend Trail Crew
Beginners welcome. Experienced trail workers put to good use.
No previous experience is required. Tools and training are provided. Please bring water and snacks. Wear sturdy shoes and clothing for the weather of the day.
Call or email to confirm meeting location. Location varies week to week. We focus on Teatown Lake Reservation, Teatown-Kitchawan Trail, John Hand Park, Kitchawan Preserve, Briarcliff-Peekskill Trail.
Work varies by project: Installing drainage structures, repairing trail tread and boardwalks, light rock work.
Teatown Lake Reservation’s 875-acre nature preserve spans into three towns (Yorktown, Cortlandt and New Castle) located in the northwest section of Westchester County, New York. The property provides a unique glimpse of the biological diversity and fragile ecosystem of the entire Hudson Hills and Highlands bioregion. Visitors are awed by the beauty of the preserve, which includes streams, hardwood swamps, mixed forests, meadows, hemlock forests, laurel groves and a scenic gorge.
The Trail Crew Meets Most Saturdays.
Contact the Crew Leader if you are interested in joining the Weekend Trail Crew.
Contact name: Leigh Draper
Contact phone: (914)762-2912 x 115
Travel directions: Take 287 (Cross Westchester Parkway) heading west to Exit 3, Sprain Brook Parkway North. Follow Sprain Brook Parkway North and continue straight as it becomes the Taconic State Parkway North. Follow the Taconic Parkway North and exit at Route 134/Ossining. Turn left off the exit onto Route 134. Drive for approximately ¼ mile and turn right onto Spring Valley Rd. Drive for about 1 mile bearing left at the fork/Teatown sign. The Nature Center will be on your right over the crest of the hill. The main parking lot is on your right immediately after the Nature Center.