park view from water
COVID-19 update:
The following are temporarily unavailable until further notice:

  • Pavilions
  • Grills – all grilling areas both reserved and walk-up.

George’s Island Park is a 208-acre waterfront park offering magnificent views of the historic Hudson River. It contains tidal wetlands, a fresh water pond and wooded trails and provides boat access to the Hudson River as well as areas for nature study and picnicking. In winter, it is a favored spot for viewing eagles on the Hudson.

A trail network links it to the Hudson River Greenway. This park has archaeological significance and sensitive natural areas, especially along the shoreline.

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Wheelchair accessibleParkingRest roomsDrinking waterPicnickingPets must be leashed. Waste bags provided for clean up.PlaygroundBaseball fieldsHikingSwimming prohibitedBoat launchMotorboatingSailingHand and small boat launchCanoe AccessKayak AccessWindsurfingFishingNature studyPlease recycle

  • Admission and Fees: County park pass is not required for admission
    Fee: $5 with Park Pass, $10 without Park Pass -- weekends only in May and September until Sunday, Sept. 27; Daily Saturday, May 23 through Labor Day.
  • Directions: Dutch Street, Montrose
  • Park Hours: Open seven days a week, 8 a.m. to dusk, year-round.
  • Phone: (914) 737-7530
  • George's Island Park map
  • County parks map & guide
  • Dogs must be leashed. Service animals welcome.