covered picnic area

bench with moon
sunset over mountains
main trail

Harrier Hill Park


Rod & Gun Road

From Downtown Hudson: 4.8 miles north on Rte. 9, left on W. Atlantic Ave. at light. Right on Rod and Gun Road. Follow Rod and Gun approximately 1/2 mile to entrance gate.

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CLC properties are open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Admission is free, donations to CLC are appreciated.

All properties have parking areas.

Pets must be on leash at all times, except when swimming.

“Carry in, carry out”. In an effort to minimize human impact on the conservation areas, no trash receptacles are located at the sites. Take your trash with you when you leave.

Dog owners must remove dog waste from the site. Leaving dog waste on the site is harmful to wildlife and creates a major annoyance to site visitors and CLC maintenance staff. There are no trash receptacles located on the site.

People are not allowed to swim.
Motorized vehicles are not allowed unless they are part of an official CLC program.
Fishing is permitted with NYS License.

There is no hunting at Harrier Hill Park, however the Stockport-Greenport Trail (connects Harrier Hill Park and Greenport Conservation Area) goes through NY State DEC land, where hunting is permitted.
Audio equipment or radio use is allowed with earphones only.
Please respect the plants, animals, and artifacts at the sites as they make the properties special.


4 Responses to Harrier Hill

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  2. Faith Jones says:

    How long is this trail and what is the level of difficulty?

    • Michael Chameides says:

      The Harrier Hill Park is 6 acres and there is a short access-for-all trail that runs through property. There is a 2 mile Stockport-Greenport Trail that connects to the Greenport Conservation Area. That trail is moderately difficult with some gains in elevation and seasonal stream crossings.

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