Teatown is an education center and membership organization located on a 1,000-acre nature preserve in the Lower Hudson Valley. Our mission is to inspire our community to lifelong environmental stewardship.

Natural and Native Crafts

Saturday, October 8
10am & 2pm
Family event

Discover Teatown / Descubra a Teatown

Saturday, October 15
10am
Free to attend!

Take a Hike, Make a Memento

Sunday, October 22
1pm
Family event

Teatown has updated its COVID protocols. Masks are now optional, but still encouraged, while inside the Visitor Center. We continue to follow current county, state, and CDC guidelines.

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Parking tags are required daily, year round, from 9am to 5pm.

Loss in revenue from cancelling programs and closing our Visitor Center has significantly damaged Teatown’s finances. We appreciate your support which is critical to our non-profit organization. Members will always park for free at Teatown.

Click here for our full Parking Policy.

Large Group Visits

Teatown is happy to welcome large groups to our trails! We strive to provide the best visitor experience, so your visit is safe and enjoyable for your whole group. To better accommodate your visit, we ask that you notify us in advance if you will be visiting with a group larger than 8 people. For more information regarding fees and policies click here.

Virtual Learning Programs

Let Teatown bring our 1,000 acres of fields, forests, and lakes to your classroom! Our distance learning program brings natural science to your students through engaging experiences with Teatown educators to enhance science lessons. For more information click here.

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Trails are open daily from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year.

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Latino Conservation Week

Latino Conservation Week

July 16 - July 24 is the ninth annual Latino Conservation Week! Latino Conservation Week (LCW) is an initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation to recognize the past, present, and future contributions of Latinx communities to conservation efforts, and to encourage more Latinx* people to engage in both outdoor recreation and conservation.

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