- WHERE TO stay
- THINGS TO see & do
- WHERE TO eat & drink
- CALENDAR OF events
- REQUEST A visitors guide
Start your hike at the Visitors Center
Tripod Rock is the main attraction
Enjoy a wide range of geological and ecological experiences at the spectacular natural area known as Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area. This area consists of 1,544.76 acres and offers rugged trails, fields, forests, rock outcroppings, and wetlands. Hikers will see unusual glacial erratics deposited 18,000 years ago by the receding Wisconsin glacier. The highest point in the park is 934 feet with a magnificent view of the New York City skyline.
After an exhilarating hike on the trails, come inside the Pyramid Mountain Visitor Center to experience a variety of interactive educational exhibits about the history and wildlife of the area, including the Lenape Indians and early European settlers, habitats, and how the Wisconsin Glacier shaped the land. Adult and Children programs, and scout and school programs are offered year-round, as well as summer camp. For a calendar of special events, please visit morrisparks.net.
Cherished by naturalists, this natural area, touched only by hunters and hikers during recent decades, is a significant wildlife sanctuary. Open Sunrise to Sunset.
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