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Grossman Preserve

The Grossman Preserve was created by the North Salem Open Land Foundation, originally as a riding trail. It starts in Waccabuc, off Five Ponds Drive, and ends in North Salem near Turkey Hill Road. It is an easy climb through woods, following North Salem trail markers and crosses extensive wetlands. A small pond provides habitat for ducks.

The trail length is 1.3 miles.


Look out for...

A good hike for children, excellent habitat for birds, especially water birds, typical mixed forest.

Habitats found in this preserve

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Grossman Preserve ~ Waccabuc

Hunt-Parker Sanctuary ~ Goldens Bridge

Indian Brook Assemblage ~ (Grierson, Yarrow, and Mt. Holly Preserves) – Goldens Bridge

John Jay High School XC & Community Trail ~ Cross River

Leon Levy Preserve ~ South Salem

Lewisboro Town Park ~ South Salem

Long Pond Preserve ~ Waccabuc

Love Preserve ~ Vista

Marx Preserve ~ Goldens Bridge

Mountain Lakes Park ~ South Salem & North Salem

Mt Holly Sanctuary ~ Katonah

Old Church Lane Preserve ~ Vista

Old Field Preserve ~ Waccabuc

Onatru Farm Park & Preserve ~ Vista

Pine Croft Meadow ~ Waccabuc

Ward Pound Ridge Reservation ~ Cross River

How to get there

Directions: The trailhead is at the end of Five Ponds Drive, the first right off Chapel Court, which is off Chapel Road in Waccabuc. Parking is on the road, near the entrance.

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