Attention Hikers:  Teatown’s archery program will be very carefully managed during limited hours from October 1 through December 31, Monday through Friday from sunrise to 10 am and away from trails and buildings to ensure safety. Signage will be posted by Teatown at our trailheads.

Upcoming Events

Advanced Registration is required for all programs. Unless noted, all programs meet in the Nature Center and are $7 per person or FREE for members. Please register by calling (914) 762-2912 ext. 110.

  • Ghost Leaf Paper Lanterns


    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Meet at the Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center in Kingsland Point Park in Sleepy Hollow to celebrate the SPIRIT of Halloween by creating a paper lantern to light up the dark night! Work with fall leaves and flowers to create a ghost scene inside the lantern with leaf silhouettes. Guided by Strawtown Studio.

  • The Lodge on Teatown Lake


    10:00 am - 11:00 am

    What animal has built a home on Teatown Lake? Hike with a Teatown educator to discover the secret life of the busy animal that lives inside - the beaver! This program is intended for families with children 4 - 7 years of age.

  • The Sunset Switch


    2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

    As the day ends, certain animals wind down for bed, while others are just beginning to stir. Come learn who wakes up at sunset as their daytime counterparts are bedding down. We’ll read The Sunset Switch and meet a couple of our animal ambassadors
    featured in this children’s story.


Deer Management at Teatown 2014-2015

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Prospective Hunters


Happenings Around Teatown

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  • Peabody Preserve Outdoor Classroom

    October 15, 2014

    The Public Schools of the Tarrytowns will unveil an innovative new facility for all the students in the school district – a classroom without walls on the Hudson River in Sleepy Hollow. The 40 acre site, the long ago home of the Etruscan brick factory, has been largely unused except for two playing fields and a parking lot at one end of the parcel, until now. Thanks to the efforts of local parents, environmentalists and donors, the site has been lovingly transformed into the Peabody Preserve Outdoor Classroom (PPOC) with a new trail system accessing many points of interest and opportunities for scholarship.

  • 107 7th grade students visited Teatown

    October 13, 2014

    107 7th grade students visited Teatown today from White Plains Middle School. They participated in programs focused on environmental stewardship, including a program on healthy watersheds as well as animals in our backyard. Then off they went on a hike along the Lakeside Trail.


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