Tour participants will explore the history of three historic estates that were within what is now Mills and Norrie State Parks: Staatsburgh, The Point (Hoyt House) and Stonehurst. Like so many other estates in the mid-Hudson valley, all three were connected to the powerful Livingston family.
These free hikes will begin at 10am, last 90-minutes, and cover approximately 1.5 miles of uneven terrain, requiring sturdy footwear. Reservations are required and the number of participants will be limited.
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Illustration of The Point at Staatsburgh State Historic Site.