Because of the layout of the sanctuary, it can be a little difficult to know just where the borders begin and end. Here are some maps to help you find your way.
These maps will give you a regional view of the area around the sanctuary, The main driving roads leading to Mt. Kisco are Interstate 684 and the Saw Mill Parkway. A second map will give you a more detailed view of the area around the sanctuary. There are several other nature areas in in neighboring towns. While you are in the area, be sure to check out great dining and shopping options in Mt. Kisco.
The sanctuary is basically broken into two parts with a trail connecting the two sections. In addition trails connect to Leonard Park , a public park in Mt. Kisco. Here is a map showing the borders of the sanctuary.