Locust Grove

Locust Grove

41.672799, -73.929416

Historic estate, museum, and nature center, Locust Grove overlooks the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Grounds and trails are open to the public.

Locust Grove was the home of Samuel Morse, inventor of the commercial telegraph. The estate was subsequently owned by William and Martha Young who filled the house with an extensive collection of American decorative arts.  It is now preserved by a private trust as a historic site and wildlife sanctuary. The mansion is open May 1st to November 30...

Park Acreage:

200.00 acres

Municipality:

Poughkeepsie

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Locust Grove Estate

Phone:

(845) 454-4500

Fees:

Some times and places; check with park

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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Trip Reports

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June 06, 2014
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Dogs are allowed on leash
I've checked with the nature preserve and dogs are allowed on a leash.  Thank you for calling this matter to our attention Phil McLewin Web Editor  
Phil McLewin
June 05, 2014
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Dogs at Locust Grove?
I haven't seen any signage at Locust Grove or any information on their website which indicates leashed dogs are not allowed. Can anyone provide official comment on this?   This is otherwise a great set of trails which I don't think most people in the area know about. Perfect for a quick walk through the woods.
Novakjonc
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