Greenrock 200 Lake Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 This not for profit organization maintains the hilltop Rockefeller family estate, a portion of which is open to the…More public for tours from May through November. Lead by president Stan Cowan, approximately 40 employees take care of about 300 acres, provide 24-hour security and upkeep buildings.
About 22 miles of the approximately 860 acres of the Rockefeller family estate, donated to New York State in 1983,…More is now known as the Rockefeller State Preserve. The nature preserve features paths along rivers, woods, a 24-acre lake and panoramic vistas. Fishing is permitted in Swan Lake and the Pocantico River, but fee permits are required for horseback riding and carriage driving and there is a $5 parking fee for visitors.</p>
<p>Rockwood Hall State Park, an extension of the Preserve, has spacious grounds and nature trails perfect for walking, cycling, picnicking and viewing the Hudson River.</p>