Join environmental educator, Kim Fendrich, on a journey through time at Rockefeller State Park Preserve.
Learn about the geologic history of this area and observe evidence of tectonic activity, glaciation, weathering, and erosion throughout the Preserve. We’ll begin with a demonstration to put Earth’s 4.5 billion year history into perspective, followed by discussion and then a short hike to get up-close and personal with some rocks along the Sleepy Hollow trail. We’ll walk about 2 miles in total.
Meet in the Visitor’s Center courtyard. Please wear sun protection and bring water to drink.
Rain date: TBD.
There's something for everyone in the real Sleepy Hollow—farmers markets, live music, street fairs, historic homes, hiking trails, kayaking and boating on the Hudson River. Halloween season brings even more for the whole family—haunted hayrides, blazing pumpkins, costumed 5K run, Halloween parade, and of course, the Headless Horseman! For the latest on Fall events, visit our guide to Halloween in Sleepy Hollow.