Westmoreland Sanctuary


Coles Kettle
Park Overview:

Established in 1957 as a community resource for conservation and natural history education, Westmoreland Sanctuary offers programs with an emphasis to young people.

Trail Uses:Hiking
Dogs:No dogs
Trail Miles:9.2 miles
Park Acreage:625 acres
Mt. Kisco/Westchester/NY
Web Map:Westmoreland Sanctuary Trail Map
Buy Book:Walkable Westchester - A Walking Guide to Westchester County, NY

Trail Conference volunteers maintain trails in this park.
Park Description:

Westmoreland Sanctuary features a variety of habitats, a well-laid-out trail system, birding opportunities and a wide range of nature programs. It was established in 1957 as a community resource for conservation and natural history education. The trails in Westmoreland pass many interesting rock outcroppings and stone walls.

Trails Overview:

Trails in Westmoreland Sanctuary vary from wide and smooth to rocky and narrow. They pass wetlands, rock outcroppings, seasonal streams and four ponds. Return trips are uphill.

From I-684, take Exit 4 (Mt. Kisco/Bedford Hills) and turn west onto Route 172 towards Mt. Kisco. Take the first left onto Chestnut Ridge Road. Westmoreland Sanctuary is 1.3 miles to the left 
No public transportation
Contact Information:Westmoreland Sanctuary
Region:Westchester County