THE SIX OVERLOOKS
At 3.6 miles, the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge path is one of the longest shared use paths in the country. In addition to providing a new connection for non-motorized travel, the path — with its six overlooks and amenities at each landing — offers an exciting and unique recreational experience. Each overlook was designed in partnership with the community and celebrates the rich history of the Hudson Valley.
Fish & Ships
Fish & Ships celebrates the waterfront history of the Nyacks, highlighting the shipbuilding industry and diverse marine life off their shores.
Highlighting the unique geology of the region, Palisades evokes the namesake cliffs rising steeply above the western bank of the river.
Inspired by the storied Hudson River School art movement, Painters Point celebrates the artist in all of us.
River Crossing pays homage to the historic Tappan Zee Bridge and the varied modes of transportation between Westchester and Rockland.
Named after the ship captained by Henry Hudson in 1609, Half Moon speaks to the region's time-honored nautical history.
Tides of Tarrytown
Tides of Tarrytown celebrates the legendary history of the village and the changes to its shoreline through the years.
THE TWO LANDINGS
The two landings on either side of the new bridge offer amenities including Welcome Centers, interactive displays, public art, and restrooms. The landings offer access to the path for pedestrians to enter onto the bridge and continue to explore the six overlooks along their way.
SOUTH NYACK, NY
The Rockland Landing is located less than a half a mile from downtown Nyack. The Landing features a Welcome Center, public art, and an interactive kiosk to learn more about local restaurants and attractions. Restrooms are located in the Welcome Center.
The Westchester Landing is located less than a mile from downtown Tarrytown. The Landing features a Welcome Center, outdoor pavilion, interactive displays, and public art. Restrooms are located in the Welcome Center, which also includes an interactive kiosk to learn more about local restaurants and attractions.