Piermont, New York Information
Piermont, New York is a small village along the lower Hudson River Valley, found on the western side of the river south of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Known for its small town atmosphere, the village also boasts a roughly one-mile long pier that extends into the widening Hudson River. The pier was originally used for a railroad line, but was later converted to allow for both car and pedestrian traffic looking to enjoy the vantage point out in the river. Also located within Piermont is the Piermont Marsh, a 1,000+ acre protection of vital wetlands at the mouth of Sparkill Creek. The marsh is located between the Village of Piermont and neighboring Tallman Mountain State Park.