June 16, 2020 – Larchmont, NY
Length: Approximately 0.5 mile
Address: 65 Park Ave, Larchmont, NY 10538
Manor Park is in the Village of Larchmont, New York. It consists of about 13 acres of land, with a shoreline of more than 5,000 feet, that lies along the Long Island Sound and Larchmont Harbor. It is well known for its striated rocks, walking pathways, scenic views and gazebos.
It’s one of the most beautiful and scenic places to visit in the Village of Larchmont. Located along Park Avenue, this lovely tree-lined masterpiece overlooks the Long Island Sound. Walk along its pathways, or relax on one of its many benches, it’s sure to be a time that you won’t soon forget!
Larchmont Manor Park is privately owned and maintained by the Larchmont Manor Park Society, a not-for-profit organization. This park was formed as a contemplation and passive use park. Although Manor Park is privately owned, it is open to the public year-round, from dawn to dusk.
Larchmont Manor Park is one of the most picturesque settings in all of New York, located on a beautiful stretch of the Long Island Sound.
Bordered by a private beach, a yacht club and the stately Victorian homes that line the street, Manor Park is the only place in the village where the public can go, to admire the scenery and walk along the water.
The sweeping views of the Long Island Sound, make this park an idyllic place to spend a few hours.
The melting glaciers left behind the rocks that you see today. All along the Park’s coastline, you will see deposits of sandstone, limestone and shale, but most evident are the deposits of granite.
If you visit:
- On street parking only, please park only where permissible. The area is heavily patrolled and vehicles parked illegally will be ticketed or towed.
- Larchmont Manor Park does not have restroom facilities so please plan accordingly. Both Manor Beach and HHYC Yacht Club are not permitted to allow outsiders to enter their facility for this purpose. There are no exceptions.
For the rest of the park rules and there are quite a few, click HERE.
Take a walk!