Indian Head Wilderness Area

Indian Head Wilderness Area

View from Plateau Mountain - Catskill Park - Photo Credit: Eduardo Gil View from Plateau Mountain - Catskill Park - Photo Credit: Eduardo Gil View of Roundtop Mountain from the Pecoy Notch Trail - Indian Head Wilderness Area - Photo credit: Daniel Chazin View of Roundtop Mountain from the Pecoy Notch Trail - Indian Head Wilderness Area - Photo credit: Daniel Chazin
42.13121, -74.14905

The Indian Head Wilderness Area comprises 16,800 acres of state Forest Preserve land at the east edge of the Catskill Mountains along the border between Greene County and Ulster County. The topography is extremely rugged and includes five major peaks.

The DEC site contains little information about this wilderness area...

A wilderness area is where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by humans --where we are visitors who do not remain. A wilderness is further defined to mean an area of State land or water having a primeval character, without significant improvements or permanent human habitation, which is protected and managed so as to preserve, and where necessary,...

Park Acreage:

33500.00 acres

Municipality:

Meads [Ulster County]

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Contact Information

Web Link:

NYS, Department of Environmental Conservation

Phone:

Not available

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

Not available

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