Please be aware that we are a small facility with limited public parking. Please do not park anywhere along the shoulder of Indian Brook Road or block access to nearby private driveways, as you will be ticketed or towed. Parking is only allowed in the designated area at the intersection of Warren Landing Road and Indian Brook Road, and the lot can fill up quickly.
The trail to the marsh is less than a mile in length, and has some moderately steep and rocky sections, so sturdy footwear is required. The hiking trail leads to a boardwalk, built in memory of the late sanctuary biologist and warden James P. Rod. There are benches to take in the marsh habitat, it's wildife, and an unmatched view of the surrounding Hudson River Highlands. Please visit our FAQ page for important information and a safe and enjoyable visit.
Due to our busy educational programming and conservation research, please contact us ahead of time if you plan on having a large, unguided, group visit or would like to visit outside of our normal hours. This will ensure an enjoyable visit for everyone.