Bronx River Parkway Reservation

Bronx River Parkway Reservation

The bridge is just ahead Photo:Jim Simpson The bridge is just ahead Photo:Jim Simpson Along the Bronx River Pathway Photo:Jim Simpson Along the Bronx River Pathway Photo:Jim Simpson Along the Bronx River Pathway Photo:Jim Simpson Along the Bronx River Pathway Photo:Jim Simpson
41.008857, -73.794373

One of the first linear parks in the country and Westchester County's oldest, the reservation was created as an adjunct to the Bronx River Parkway. It extends 11.6 miles from Bronxville to the Kensico Dam in Valhalla.

This picturesque trailway runs through the heart of southern Westchester County and is a favorite place for cycling, walking, or running. It features ponds, wooden footbridges and hundreds of varieties of native trees and shrubs.

When completed in 1925, the Bronx River Parkway was part of a wooded reservation, with a pathway running along the parkway for its entire length. In 1967, a...

Park Acreage:

807.00 acres

Municipality:

Bronxville to Valhalla

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Westchester Department of Parks

Phone:

Not available

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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