Hook Mountain State Park Information
Hook Mountain State Park protects over 670 acres along the Hudson River Palisades in southern New York. The park’s most prominent feature is Hook Mountain, which reaches a height of just below 700 feet above sea level. Multiple trails access the park, both from Highway 9W, as well as from neighboring Rockland Lake State Park. A main trail climbs along the ridgeline high above the Hudson River, accessing Hook Mountain, as well as many other fantastic overlooks of the surrounding area, often with panoramic views.