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Sean Hunter Ryan Memorial County Park
|Park Overview:|| |
This park protects a 0.5 mile section of the Long Path connecting the section in Blauvelt State Park on the south to road walks on the north.
|Dogs:||Dogs on leash|
|Park Acreage:||15 acres|
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Trail Conference volunteers maintain trails in this park.
|Park Description:|| |
This park was dedicated in 2003 in memory of Sean Hunter Ryan, a Rockland County resident who died during a rescue attempt while serving as a park ranger at Mount Ranier National Park in the State of Washington. There are numerous Red Oak, Chestnut Oak, Maple, Black Birch, Hickory, Witch Hazel, and American Ash.
|Trails Overview:|| |
An 0.5-mile section of the Long Path (aqua) traverses the park, extending from Bradley Hill Road (County 38) to Towt Road. A 1.8-mile white-blazed trail connects this section of the Long Path with Buttermilk Falls County Park, passing through parklands of the towns of Clarkstown and Orangetown on the way.
From Route 303 head east on Bradley Parkway (County Route 38), park is on your left just before Nyack College. No parking.
Additional access from Buttermilk Falls Park White Trail.
|Contact Information:||Sean Hunter Ryan Memorial County Park |