Kennedy Dells County Park Photography Gallery

Bridle Path in Autumn Colors
Bright Meadow Beyond Forested Trail
Puddle Along Fall Color Trail
Fall Leaves in Puddle
Autumn Leaves Along Bridle Path
Bridle Path Below Fall Leaves
Fall Colors and Evergreens
Crum Creek Rushing Through Forest
Fall Reflections in Crum Creek
Autumn Leaves over Crum Creek
Fall Colors Above Crum Creek Waterfall
Crum Creek Waterfall in Autumn Colors
Crum Creek Flowing Through Fall Leaves
Fall Leaves Along Waterfall
Crum Creek in Fall Forest
Golden Leaves in Forest
Red Maple Leaves Abstract
Tree Trunks in Fall Leaves
Autumn Oak Leaves Abstract
Hiking Trail Passing Golden Leaves
Fall Colors Along Hiking Trail
Autumn Forest
Hiking Trail in Fall Trees
Clouds Above Fall Colors
Fall Colors on Various Trees
Large Autumn Oak Tree
Fall Trees Arching Over Trail
Crum Creek Falling over Ruins
Sunbeams over Waterfall
Crum Creek Below Ruins
Rock Ledge over Crum Creek
Waterfall and Ruins Below Fog
Waterfall Below Fog
Crum Creek Descending Into Fog
Waterfall and Fog
Crum Creek Waterfall Below Fog
Fog Around Driveway Ruins
Fog on the Bridle Path
Tree Bending Over Trail
Hiker on Bridle Path Footbridge
Bridle Path Passing Evergreen Farm
Trail Passing Evergreen Farm
Fog on Muddy Pool
Puddle on Recreation Trail
Fog on Hiking Trail
Swirling Rocks Around Waterfall
Crum Creek Waterfall
Hiker Relaxing by Waterfall

Kennedy Dells County Park Information

Kennedy Dells County Park is a 179 acre park in Rockland County, New York. It features a number of recreation fields, as well as a variety of nature and hiking trails that weave in and out of forests and meadows preserved within its boundaries. Crum Creek borders the western boundary, where a man-made waterfall and ruins can be found leftover from the early 1900's. They were created when Adolph Zukor owned the land and was helping to make the town of New City the Hollywood of the east. The western portion of the park contains a healthy diversity of deciduous trees native to the area.

108 total photos in this gallery

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