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.

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If you want more Hudson Highlands hiking, make sure to check out the nearby state park!

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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