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Halmi, Hearst-Mead, and O'Donohue Preserves
|Park Overview:|| |
Several donations form the Halmi, Hearst-Mead, and O'Donohue Preserves which are adjacent to Mountain Lakes Park.
|Trail Uses:||Hiking, Bridle path, X-C skiing|
|Dogs:||Dogs on leash|
|Trail Miles:||3.1 miles|
|Park Acreage:||134 acres|
|Buy Book:||Walkable Westchester - A Walking Guide to Westchester County, NY |
Trail Conference volunteers maintain trails in this park.
|Park Description:|| |
Robert Halmi, Jr. donated the 53 acre Halmi Tract in 2002. Two white trails wind miles through the property. Green trails connect to private property and to the Hearst-Mead Preserve. A stone outcropping on the highest point provides a view of the Titicus Reservoir.
The 11-acre O’Donohue Tract is adjacent to the Halmi Tract and is named to honor the leadership contribution made by Kevin and Laura O’Donohue.
In 1977, Eugenie Mead donated the steeply sloped and wooded 70-acres which became the Hearst-Mead Preserve. The 1.1 miles of green-blazed trails are along woods roads and cross many stone walls. Hikers will find North Salem Bridle Trail Association blazes as well as green diamond tags.
|Trails Overview:|| |
The 1.1 miles of green-blazed trails are along woods roads and cross many stone walls. Hikers will find North Salem Bridle Trail Association blazes as well as green diamond tags.
Take I-684 to Exit 6 (Route 35) and drive east on Route 35 for 4.4 miles from the northbound exit. Turn left where Route 121 leaves Route 35, and head north for 5.0 miles. To right, there is parking along the road edge for one or two cars
Access is also available via the North Salem Trail in Mountain Lakes Park.
No public transportation available.