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Park Details


  • Private facility

General Description
    The Mohonk Preserve is New York State''s largest member- and visitor-supported land preserve. The Preserve maintains over 6,500 acres of land on the Northern Shawangunk Ridge for the purposes of land protection, stewardship, education and scientific research. The dramatic geologic features of the Preserve make it the most visited rock climbing destination east of the Mississippi.

    Other recreational opportunitities include mountain biking, horseback riding, bouldering, cross-country skiing and hiking. Environmental education programs offer varying levels of accessibility through the Preserve''s "NatureAccess" program for school groups and the general public.

Accessibility Features General Accessibility Features
  • Accessible bathrooms
  • Accessible viewing areas or outlooks
  • Accessible trails
Amenities and Lodging
  • Accessible gift shops
Information and Interpretation Features
  • Nature centers, visitor centers and/or museums that are accessible for people using mobility devices
  • Interior exhibits with tactile opportunities (such as tactile maps, models and/or objects)
  • Exhibits located on accessible routes
  • Exhibits with tactile opportunities (such as tactile maps, models, and/or objects) on accessible routes
  • Signage in alternate formats (Braille, large print, audio, etc)