Hunter Brook Linear Park


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Park Overview:

The wooded area in Hunter Brook Linear Park is composed of stands of Norway Spruce, beech, oak, maple, and tulip trees. The park is home to mink, muskrat, native brook trout, sunfish, frogs, and salamanders. An agreement with the developer of adjacent housing and the Town of Yorktown in conjunction with Yorktown and Westchester land trust have made Hunter Brook Linear Park possible.

Trail Uses:Hiking
Dogs:No dogs
Trail Miles:2.1 miles
Park Acreage:56 acres
Buy Book:Walkable Westchester - A Walking Guide to Westchester County, NY

Park Description:

Hunter Brook in the winter

Trails Overview:

From the Taconic State Parkway, take the Route 202 Exit and head west. At 0.6 mile, turn left onto Pine Grove Court. Immediately turn right onto Old Crompond Road. Go 0.3 mile and turn left onto Hunterbrook Road. Go 1.1 miles to Fox Tail Lane and turn right. Parking is on the right side of the road. If using GPS navigation, Fox Tail Lane is near 1682 Hunterbrook Rd.

Contact Information:
Region:Westchester County