Kowawese Unique Area at Plum Point Kowawese is a 102-acre park site owned by New York State and managed by the Orange County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation. This park offers the public an idyllic natural resource for family recreation, i.e. boating, fishing, hiking, historic Revolutionary War cannon batteries, plus one of the most dramatic views of the Hudson River gorge that can be found.
Interpretive Center: There is an Interpretive Center located at this park that is available to rent for gatherings. The building offers an ideal space for small parties, meetings or classes. It boasts spectacular views of the Hudson, a deck, a full kitchen and accommodates a maximum of 48 people. The use of tents is not permitted at this location. For rental information call (845) 615-3830. Fishing: Fishing is permitted along the 2000 feet of shoreline at Kowawese. Fishing licenses are required in accordance with NY State Law.
Boating: This park provides water-access in two locations for the public to launch car-top boats into the Hudson River. Motorized boats are prohibited.
SWIMMING IS NOT PERMITTED at this facility.
Please Note: Facility Rentals require advance permit and payment of scheduled fees. Permits may be obtained by calling (845) 615-3830.