New York’s Constitution Marsh Trail Leads To A Magnificent Hidden Oasis
If you’re looking for a gorgeous marsh hike in New York, we’ve got you covered! The Constitution Marsh Audubon Center Trail is only about 1.3 miles, but for a short trail, it packs a lot of beauty! Obviously, mountain hikes and river hikes have a lot to admire, but there is something unique about the special environment of a marsh hike. You’ll see plants and wildlife you don’t normally come into contact with.
If you want more Hudson Highlands hiking, make sure to check out the nearby state park!
Have you hiked the Constitution Marsh Audubon Center trail? Tell us your experiences in the comments!
Visit the Constitution Marsh Audubon Center website before visiting. Parking is extremely limited, so, if possible, visit at non-peak hours. You can find out more information about the Constitution Marsh trail from our friends at Alltrails.
Address: Storm King State Park, Mountain Rd, Cornwall-On-Hudson, NY 12520, USA
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