Mills Norrie State Park
Mills Norrie State Park Gazebo road closure
Due to high vehicular use and the inability for two way travel, the gazebo road is closed to vehicles on weekends and holidays
Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park adjoins Ogden Mills and Ruth Livingston Mills Memorial State Park and together, comprise more than 1,000 acres. Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park offers a full menu of exhilarating recreational opportunities and activities for visitors of all ages. The numerous trails that thread through the grounds of both Mills and Norrie State Parks are ideal for walking, jogging, hiking, cycling, cross country skiing, and snow shoeing – treating visitors to fabulous views of the Hudson River which runs directly along the parks’ western boundaries.
A serene wooded area with glimpses of the river provides an ideal location for camping. Campers will have convenient access to attractions within the park and in nearby towns like Hyde Park, Rhinebeck and Poughkeepsie. There are 46 tent sites and 10 cabins available for rental at the park. Recreational vehicles are also welcome however, the park does not offer hook up facilities. River access is available for campers with boats at the Norrie Marina and at the Norrie Environmental Center. Restroom facilities and showers are located within walking distance.
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Welcome To Tentrr At New York’s Mills Norrie State Park
Comprising more than 1,000 acres of the Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park and the adjoining Ogden Mills and Ruth Livingston Mills Memorial State Park, the Mills Norrie State Park offers a whole host of exciting and relaxing camping and activities for New Yorkers and visitors of all ages. From walking the numerous trails to staying in one of the many Mills Norrie State Park campsites, there’s much to do at this state park that sits directly adjacent to the Hudson River.
In a serene, wooded area and with beautiful glimpses of the Hudson, Mills Norrie State Park campsites are both conveniently located and ideal for camping. Not only are you within walking distance to Hyde Park, Rhinebeck and Poughkeepsie, but the 46 campsites and 10 cabins within the park means that there’s something here for everyone. Even recreational vehicles are welcome, though there are no hookup facilities. If you want to get on the river, boat access is available at the Norrie Marina and the Norrie Environmental Center.
Typical State Park Camping
While state park camping is usually less expensive than at private campgrounds, you often get less amenities. This location is no different. Fire rings, wooden tables etc. Seems a little tired looking but great place with water and plenty of woods and hiking.
The Grounds of the park were very nice, and the hiking trails were really good and easy to follow. One even overlooks the Hudson River. They also start right at campground which was convenient. Hot showers were fine.Most of the campsites are small and close to your neighbors without much privacy. Mine was ok, but guy next to me decided to chop wood for 20 minutes at 11:15 pm which woke me up . There is no pool or beach or convenience store at campground either. Its Not real far from city but Route 9 going south to 84 on way home was full of traffic and traffic lights and not a pleasant drive. I’d go another way next time.
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With more than 2,000 miles of marked trails across New York, the State Parks have something for hikers of every ability. That includes the beautiful Taconic Region, located on the east side of the Hudson River and stretching through Columbia, Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester counties.
If you are new to hiking or have not yet explored hikes in this region, named for the Taconic Mountain range that runs north-to-south along the state border with Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont, here are some suggestions to start you out.
As with all hikes, there are few things to remember beyond carrying a mobile phone. Wear sturdy yet comfortable shoes or boots, bring water and snacks, and perhaps carry a camera, to capture what you see. Be mindful of hikes on steep terrain or that go near cliff tops. Having a small first-aid kit available in case of emergency is never a bad idea.
Hiking poles are useful, and can transfer some of the stress of hiking from your knees and legs to your arms and back. And use a trail map, which is available online at each park website at and at the main office at each park. Check the parks individual website to see if its maps can be downloaded to your iOS Apple or Android device.
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Peaceful wooded area with Hudson River views. The park has over 1,000 acres with dozens of recreational activities available. Cabins and free-form camping available.
Mills Norrie State Park is really the sumtotal of two parks: Margaret Lewis Norrie and Ogden & Ruth Livingston Mills State Parks, joined together by the Hudson River. Located in lower New York, it combines the rural beauty of the state with easy access to and from the city. Camping at Mills Norrie State Park ensures access to a range of activities, from hiking to canoeing to bird watching.
The park is open from May 1st to October 25th, and you can reserve either a campsite or a cabin , containing four sleeping bunks, for a minimum two-night stay. Cabins go for $85 a night, and tent site pricing ranges from $18-$22. The campgrounds also feature a golf course, hiking trails, access to the on-site marina, and picnic areas. You must be 18 and over to rent a campsite or cabin. Dogs are permitted in the camping area, and quiet hours are observed from 10pm to 7am. A central comfort station features showers and toilets. As with all outdoor recreation area, you are asked to keep the premise clean and bring out with you anything you brought in!
Phone number for reservations: 845-889-4646