Parks_Flat_Rock.jpg101 Torne Valley Road, Hillburn
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  From Route 59, turn onto Torne Valley Road, travel to park entrance on left-hand side of the road. Parking is along road near entrance.

Description:  1 Acre - Encompasses a river bank outcrop of the billion-year-old bedrock of the Ramapo Mountains (Granitic Gneiss). This expanse of bedrock smoothed by glacial outwash water action has long provided a popular spot for fishing, canoeing and nature observation. The park provides the best public access along the 37-mile length of the Ramapo River. The picturesque vista from the park includes a view of the Torne Mountain in nearby Harriman State Park.

History:  The Ramapo Land Company donated the one-acre park to the County of Rockland in 1998. For decades this area has long been a favorite spot to access and the view the Ramapo River.

Present Use:  Fishing, canoeing, wildlife observation.

Future Plans:  Keep the park as a natural setting.

Wildlife:  Great Blue Heron, Green Heron, Red-tailed Hawk, Osprey, Mink, Muskrat, 14 species of fish are found in this section of the river including the stocked Brown Trout.

Rest Rooms:  No      Handicapped Accessible:  Limited