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Aside from the disgrace that the expensive elevator is unusable, this is a wonderful park. When the elevator is operable, it allows people from the waterfront below and the metro north train station to access the walkway. It also allows people on the walkway to...More
We parked in a gravel lot on Parker Avenue on the Poughkeepsie end of the bridge. This was our first time in the area and I felt uncomfortable leaving the car rental there, however, it started raining buckets, so we did not do the bridge...More
We weren't sure what we wanted to do in the mid-Hudson Valley, but a local recommended the bridge, which is a state park. The informational signs on the bridge are great, the views are great, and when we came, in mid-September, there was lots of...More
Wonderful site. Good spot to see the leaves when Fall Colors come out according to our waitress. 2 million dollar elevator is broken. Hope it can be repaired. We could not go on the walkway because of access.
Beautiful site .
Walked the walkway over the Hudson and it was a great experience. They have signs about the history of the walkway bridge involving the Dutch. When I arrived there its a pretty good distance over the river. There are average number of people either walking,...More
I use the word visceral because of the powerful emotional impact one feels from being about 200 feet high above and directly over the beautiful river. It's just one more (new) way to experience this majestic (old) river. The unique Hudson Valley topography required a...More
I love that this exists over the river!! It’s such a lovely walk and view over the Hudson. Unfortunately when my husband and I went, the elevator close to the river was out of order so we had to trek into town to get to...More
What a great idea! We visited with friends and really enjoyed taking in the beautiful sights of the river and surrounding nature.
The main loop is a perfect distance and can be enjoyed at a slow pace while chit chatting along the way.
The walk on the bridge is free. When I went I over the bridge of the hudson just parked on the street walked the stairs up to the bridge. So for me, everything was free. I hope that answers your question.