We are open to the public, 365 days of the year from sunrise to sunset.
71 Sarles Street, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
Google Map/GPS Link to: B Road, Mt. Kisco, NY
The parking area is just to the left as you drive onto B Road where you will find the trailhead kiosk with the Marsh Sanctuary trail map. A trail marker on the right side of the driveway across from the parking lot locates the woodland walk from Meadowside over to the historic Brookside Cottage and Amphitheater. There is a port-a-potty by the parking lot.
The community garden, the meadows and pond, stable, and most of the trails are located at Meadowside. Meadowside Cottage is a private residence and not open to the public.
Google Map & Directions Link: B Road, Mt. Kisco, NY
114 South Bedford Road, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
Google Map/GPS Link to: 114 South Bedford Road, Mt. Kisco, NY
This is where the Brookside Amphitheater is located. The home of the Sanctuary’s naturalist, Brookside Cottage, is also located here. There is limited parking at Brookside. All are welcome to visit the historic amphitheater and the beautiful native gardens created by Martha (Martia) Leonard.
A trail marker behind the historic Amphitheater locates the woodland walk from Brookside over to Meadowside.
Google Map & Directions Link: 114 South Bedford Road, Mt. Kisco, NY
The Original Marsh Memorial Sanctuary Parcel (South Trail)
This is the freshwater marsh that started it all. It is located near the intersection of Sarles Street and Byram Lake Road. There is a pull-off area on Sarles Street where a car or two can park. The trailhead is north of the historic school sign on Sarles Street. There is a 1-½ mile trail from this location to Leonard Park in Mt. Kisco.