We stumbled upon this park on our drive up 9W. Visitors drive over a single lane bridge to cross over the train tracks. The parking area is at the bottom of a hill & visitors have to walk up the hill to see the museum, lighthouse, and historical markers around the park. The grounds are very well kept making it a very enjoyable place to walk around and relax. The pleasant surroundings make for a nice place to learn about the Revolutionary War era battles that occurred on the grounds. The lighthouse is very nice to see up close, and from the base of it there are some nice scenic views looking down the Hudson River. We also caught a glimpse of several hawks soaring above the park.
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