Monsey Glen County Park
Take NY 59 to Saddle River Road, and proceed south on Saddle River Road for 0.1 mile to the park entrance on the right.
The Glen is a tract of land with a full growth of verdure covering many walking trails. It contains scenic natural beauty with sandstone overhangs. Below, a stream flows to the southwest. Plant life is unique since the glacier bypassed the area. It is one of the few places in the Rockland County where Trailing Arbutus grows.
A half-mile white-blazed trail loops around the park.
This park contains several sandstone Native American caves where numerous artifacts, some over 3,000 years old, have been discovered. These artifacts are now archived at the Trailside Museum at Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks. A series of steps cut out of the sandstone rock, the purpose of which is unknown, leads to a platform.