‪Harriman State Park‬

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KeithJS2014
مدينة نيويورك, نيويورك55 مساهمة
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‪Worst camping experience ever. We arrived at 2:45 and had to wait until 3pm to check in which staff sat and chatted with each other. Wardens drive around in constant golf cart surveillance while campers are trying to enjoy nature.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 أغسطس 2022
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piratesr1
‪Calabash‬, ‪North Carolina‬45 مساهمة
‪Old, worn-out park. Narrow roads, signage and maps make no sense and not accurate. One side of the front gate was closed with cones and signs saying ‘ No entrance except campers, water in pond toxic’. Huh? I almost hit the gate and did take out a few cones getting through the gate. All roads in the park are single lane and none are one way. Makes for some interesting stand offs. Most sites are either tent sites or “platform” tent sites. D4 is listed as a RV site. Hard to figure out how to park my 27’ trailer. Not level and rocky. Found a 10’ x 10’ spot that was semi-level, placed my wheels on it and managed to get close to level. I’m writing this now at the park and I’m not sure how im going to get out my camper out of this campground!

Large, loud groups of homeless-looking people. They feel free to walk through your site. No hookups. There is a water spigot at the dump station that appears to be marked as potable but it’s placed so that people use it to flush their tanks. The kid at the registration bldg said NOT to drink that water, but to fill jugs at the cleaning stations scattered among the platform tent sites. Total pain.

Stay anywhere but here.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 10 يوليو 2022
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DanZeng
‪Ramsey‬, نيو جيرسي863 مساهمة
العائلة •
‪We hiked yesterday from Reeves meadow visitors centre near Sloatsburg, NY 4mile trail with our two sons (14 and 7 years old). It was absolutely beautiful,
even some adrenalin was involved when we had to climb up the rocky part. The view from the top was breathtaking, absolutely worth it. And our boys enjoyed the rock climbing while I enjoyed the river and little creeks. A++++ hike.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 نوفمبر 2021
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Mary Gree
‪Stafford‬, فيرجينيا31 مساهمة
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‪Beautiful park with nice walking trails. We saw pelicans and otters while there and they have picnic areas. The cost is reasonable and it includes two other parks if you go the same day. Nice and quiet if you want the beauty of Yellowstone without the crowds.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 يوليو 2021
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angkor123
usa64 مساهمة
‪We stayed one night in two of their new tent ("Tentrr") accommodations. The tents are roomy and rugged and comprise a comfortable double bed, two Adirondack chairs, a fire pit, picnic table, small port-a-potty, a propane stove, a five-gallon water cistern and plastic-kit "sun shower."

The propane stoves didn't work (temperatures got down into the 40s). Despite informing us that a water spigot was available at the public buildings, none was available - thus negating the utility of the cistern and "sun shower." I had to drive 20 minutes to purchase gallons of water.

The camp keeper, however, was very pleasant and responsive. That said, they've got a long way to go to improve camp management. I therefore cannot recommend their "Tentrr" accommodations.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 يونيو 2021
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tosl
جيرسي سيتي, نيو جيرسي612 مساهمة
‪I have hiked throughout this region for the past 30 years and have lost track of how many miles and trails I have covered. Now I am taking my daughters here for the past decade; they started hiking at 2 and climbed Bear Mountain from the base at 4. Has been a much-needed outlet during a pandemic but be warned, unlike 20 years ago, the parking fills up early - by about 9 am.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 نوفمبر 2020
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Melanie T
مدينة نيويورك, نيويورك4,364 مساهمة
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‪A friend told me about this state park, when I was looking for a spot with fall foliage that wasn't too far of a drive. It's about an hour outside of NYC, so it's perfect for a day trip.

My husband and I got here at around 11 am on a Sunday and it was pretty packed, expectedly so. The parking lot is small so it was already filled up, but everyone was parking on the side of the road. Even that was pretty filled up, so I'd recommend driving a little past the trail head, making a U-turn, and parking across the street. The closest spot we found was about .5 miles from the trail head, which wasn't bad walking there, but did seem like an eternity when we were walking back to the car.

We did the Reeves Brook Loop Trail (4.9 miles), which I found on All Trails (highly recommend this app!). It is a bit confusing because the loop goes from white to blue to orange to red, so you really have to pay attention to where the paths divert. There's nothing to really see along the way but the views at the top are terrific! However, you do have to actually climb some rocks to get to the top, but it was doable. We were able to do so without any equipment. The trail itself was really only crowded near the trail entrances. Other than that, it wasn't too bad. Most people were respectful and wearing masks.

The all trails app mentioned that there was a lake, but it's not actually along the trail. You have to actually drive quite a bit (maybe 5 minutes or so) past the trail head to get to the lake.

It might be getting too cold for me to do another hike this year, but I wouldn't mind doing some of the other trails next year!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 أكتوبر 2020
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psudino
‪Weehawken‬, نيو جيرسي3,731 مساهمة
‪We did a hike here on the AT. Even though some of the routes have challenging areas, the maintenance of the trails here is very well done. Most importantly, the markers are clearly visible and in the right spots so one cannot easily get lost.

The highlight of the trail we were on was island pond. It was a great approach and a beautiful view. I took a few pics from the trail.

Overall, a great time!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 سبتمبر 2020
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Ginger D
‪Shelley‬, ‪Idaho‬20 مساهمة
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‪When the college kids are home for Christmas,we love to take the family here for a day of fun in the snow. This year we x-country skiied while my oldest snow shoed. The admission is very reasonable, and the trails are well groomed. Their are a few trails that have a little air to them! We love to sit in the cabin, hoping for a glimpse of wildlife. Always a lovely day at Harriman. An Idaho treasure.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 أغسطس 2020
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natcpl
واشنطن العاصمة, منطقة كولومبيا418 مساهمة
‪We were on a nice weekend trip with a goal of getting outdoors and decided to go to Harriman State Park for a nice long hike in nature and to get some fresh air away from the crowds. We decided on Pine Meadows Lake as our goal destination since we could also get in some time in the water after a long hike. Due to the Coronavirus restrictions, the parking lots were restricted in number of spots, so we decided to get there early in the morning to get a spot at the Reeves trail head.

The Pine Meadows Trail is an easy fairly level trail. It is easy to follow, well marked, and intermittently crossed by other trails that lead to other interesting destinations in the park. Its the end of June so the air was humid, and even though it was morning, we were getting a work out pretty quickly after starting off. The clothes started coming off quickly soon after being on trail. Bug spray is a must here if hiking during warm weather months.

There was no one else on the trail, and only two cars besides ours in the Reeves parking lot. We didn't run into anyone until we got to the lake itself where there is the large sunning rock and bridge. A small group was there just sunning on the rock.

Instead of stopping there we were looking for some more seclusion so we decided to hike counter clock wise around the lake since it was still early in the day and none of us were tired just yet. After heading back into the woods and seeing how quiet the park was, we decided to free hike the rest of the trail.

Along the way, there are many areas with granite boulders that jut into the water making for great rock jumping areas and wading or swim access. We definitely got some skinny dipping in along the way. Most of these areas have designated campsites associated with them. There was only one camp site that was occupied that we saw during our hike, that's how quiet the park was.

As we reached the other end of the lake, instead of completing the entire loop, we retraced our steps and hiked up to lake Wanoksink just north of Pine Meadows. There are two trails that look like old fire roads that lead from Pine Meadows to Wanokskin. We then headed back to a nice campsite we came across on Pine Meadow Lake on our first pass to eat lunch and swim. We also hung a pair of shorts and bikini top on a branch near where the short trail to the campsite branched off the main trail to give anyone walking by a heads up. Later in the morning, a few hikers did walk into our lunch/swim spot but you can easily hear people coming through the trail and we covered up on those rare occasions.

We did see some trash at the campsites and picked up as much as we could see. Its astonishing how people have no respect.

For the hike back, we could see from our lunch spot across the lake that more and more hikers were getting to the entry rock across the lake so we textiled the rest of the way back to the trail head.

Overall, it was a really enjoyable day. It is a beautiful park and we already have the campsite picked out for our next trip if we decide to camp there. Due to its easy accessibility, I doubt it would normally be a great place to be able to skinny dip or free hike in the summer time due to the crowds this place must see but with the Coronavirus restrictions, we had the trails to ourselves for most of the morning.... So go early.

We cant wait to go back. Maybe in the Autumn when the leaves change.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 2 يوليو 2020
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