Graham Hills Park

Description

Graham Hills Park features several miles of aggressive single track for the intermediate to advanced rider. The entrance is located in Pleasantville on Rt 117, just East of the Taconic State Parkway.

Photos

No slides are available.

Maps

Directions

Click the red marker on the map below to get directions. 

By Train

Take Metro North Railroad to the Pleasantville Station, when you exit the train walk to the stairs towards the rear of the train. Take steps up to Bedford Road. Make a right out of the stairs and ride down Bedford road, this will take you to the park but you must turn left at the intersection of Bedford and Pleasantville roads. There is a 7-11 almost on the corner of that intersection. If you get to the Grand Union or the Volkswagen dealership you missed it. Follow Bedford road which will become 117 until you see the park entrance on the left.

By Car

From the Taconic Parkway Southbound

Exit at Route 100 / Route 133 Millwood Exit. At end of ramp make a left and follow route 100 South. Route 100 merges with 9A South, then follow to exit for route 117. At light at end of ramp make a left onto Rt 117 and follow until you see park entrance on right (about 1/4 mile)

From the Sprain Brook Parkway / Taconic Parkway Northbound

Exit at route 117 exit and at the end of the ramp, make a right turn and a quick right into park entrance.

From Saw Mill Parkway Southbound

Exit at Taconic state Parkway North exit. Stay to the right and exit the Taconic immediately at Rt 117 exit, and at the end of the ramp make a right turn and a quick right into the park entrance.

From Saw Mill Parkway Southbound

Exit at exit #26 Taconic Parkway North. Stay to the right and exit the Taconic immediately at Rt 117 exit. Make a right turn at the end of the ramp and then a quick right into the park entrance.

1 comment on this post.
  1. Adventures in GIS « blog.spilth.org:

    [...] main place I started out mountain biking at was Graham Hills Park in and some members of the Westchester Mountain Biking Association were asking for an updated map of [...]