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Piermont Marsh protects over two miles of shoreline on the southern edge of the Village of Piermont. This thousand-acre site includes the mouth of Sparkill Creek and extensive tidal shallows, and is a critical resource for research and education as well as protecting all of the incredible recreation opportunities the shores of the Hudson have to offer.
Fish, crab, or watch birds off the mile-long Piermont Pier, or explore the Tallman Mountain path, part of the adjacent Tallman Mountain State Park. The path is open for hiking and biking, and skirts the edge of a rocky slope and high marsh before continuing out to the end of the pier for stunning views of the Hudson River and Palisades Ridge. Tallman Mountain State Park also offers public picnic areas and scenic overlooks with views of the marsh.
Piermont Marsh is part of the New York State Birding Trail, which highlights world-class birding opportunities across the state.
Piermont Marsh is one of four sites in the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve.
For more information on the Piermont Marsh site, including rules, restrictions, and guidelines for allowed uses, visit the DEC website.
Visit Piermont Marsh
Open for Recreation: Year-round
Allowed Uses: Parking, Paddling, Hiking, Biking, Fishing, Picnicking, Wildlife Watching (may be seasonal or have other restrictions)
All coordinates provided are in decimal degrees using NAD83/WGS84 datum.
Piermont Pier Parking Area
Provides access to the northern part of the property (41.040625°N, 73.911778°W) Google Maps (leaves DEC website).
From the Tappan Zee bridge: Take Exit 10 to Route 9W south. After 2.5 miles, turn left onto Broadway to a quick left onto Ash Street, then follow this road around to the left. At the stop sign, take a sharp right to stay on Ash Street, then the first left to stay on Ash Street. Turn right onto Piermont Ave. then left onto Paradise Ave. after 0.2 mile. Follow the signs for the pier as Paradise Ave. becomes Ferry Road and veers to the right, and park across from the ball field.
From the north: Take I-87 south to Palisades Interstate Parkway. Take Exit 6E off the Palisades onto Orangeburg Road. Make a right onto Route 303 south then the first left onto Route 340/Orangeburg Road. After about 1.5 miles, turn left on Ferdon Ave., then a right on Paradise Ave. Follow the signs for the pier as Paradise Ave. becomes Ferry Road and veers to the right, and park across from the ball field.
Tallman Mountain State Park Entrance
Provides access to picnic areas and scenic overlook (41.027018°N, 73.919086°W) Google Maps (leaves DEC website).
From the south: Take the Palisades Interstate Parkway to Exit 4 and proceed north on Route 9W for about 2.5 miles. The entrance to the park will be on the right.