Looking for places to walk, hike, or ride? Westchester County has over 225 parks and more than 635 miles of trails for you to explore. The best book about hiking and walking in Westchester County ever since it was first printed in 2009, the third edition of Walkable Westchester by Jane and Walt Daniels has been completely updated for 2021. This comprehensive guide not only has the latest trail and park updates but also includes new color maps and photos and other features to make this go-to reference for exploring Westchester County even better.
The perfect companion for this guidebook, our Westchester Trails Map is a three-map set featuring three popular parks in Westchester County. Rockefeller State Park Preserve, the largest state park in Westchester County, Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, the largest Westchester County Park, and Teatown, the largest privately-owned preserve in the county, are all shown in great detail. The maps are printed in vibrant color on waterproof and tear-resistant Tyvek, and are a must-have for discovering and exploring outstanding trails in Westchester County.
Grab both of these complimentary resources to parks and trails in Westchester County today!