Mountainview Nature Park Information
Mountainview Nature Park is an 83-acre park in Rockland County, New York devoted to preserving the mountainside for hiking. It was gifted to the county by Winston C. Perry in 1979 to provide a hiking experience in the busy area. A portion of the Long Path uses a section separated by Mountainview Avenue, however future plans expect to connect the path through the main section of the park. At the top of the mountain lies Bear Swamp, a wetlands area that frequently sees use from a variety of birds. True to its goal, a number of hiking trails explore the terrain, climbing hundreds of vertical feet in a short distance.