Thompson Pond Preserve

Thompson Pond Preserve

41.967586, -73.683943

A nature preserve that encompasses a glacial bog-pond with a diverse wealth of fauna and flora.

Thompson Pond was formed as the glacial ice melted 15,000 years ago. Today it is a thriving ecosystem of marsh, swamp, forest, and pond. A stopover for migratory birds, it also hosts almost 400 different plant species. The pond and its surroundings have been preserved by the Nature Conservancy and are designated a National Natural Landmark. See also...

Park Acreage:

530.00 acres

Municipality:

Pine Plains

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Contact Information

Web Link:

The Nature Conservancy, Thompson Pond

Phone:

(914) 244-3217

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

No dogs

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