Westchester County

Graham Hills Park

Graham Hills Park

mountainbikerGraham Hills, a one-time hamlet and station on the Putnam Railroad, takes its name from Dr. Isaac Gilbert Graham, a Revolutionary War army surgeon, who settled there circa 1785.

The trails total about five miles in distance and are geared toward experienced riders. The route winds through the many diverse habitats of this beautiful 431-acre park. The trails are mostly single track, and can be used in both directions. Please exhibit caution and common sense while riding.

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Parking Rest rooms Picnicking Pets must be leashed. Waste bags provided for clean up. Trailhead for hiking Stay on trails MountainBiking Nature study Please recycle 

  • County park pass is not required for admission
  • Directions: Route 117, Mount Pleasant
  • Park hours: Open seven days a week, 8 a.m. to dusk, year-round.
  • Phone: (914) 231-4500
  • County parks map & guide
  • Dogs: Must be leashed. Waste bags are provided to pick up after your pets.