RATES & ACCESS

Rates for the 2018 Summer Season (May 15 – October 15) are:
Seasonal Access Fee – $140
Seasonal Launch Ramp Fee – $245
Kayak Rack Usage – $48/per space
Seasonal Inside Dock Space – $545 per slip
Seasonal Mooring – $645 plus $28/ft in excess of 22 feet
Seasonal Storage of Boat Trailer – $195
Seasonal On-Shore Boat Storage – $150 plus $18/ft
Transient Mooring – $35 per day (See Transient Mooring Section for Details)

Rates for the 2018-2019 Winter Storage Season (October 16 – May 14) are:
Winter Kayak Rack Storage- $265
On-Shore Boat Storage – $19.25/ft

APPLICATION FOR SEASONAL USE OF FACILITIES (PDF)

MARINA

The main access to and exit from Hyde Park Landing is from River Road. There is also a Dock Street entrance. SEE MAP

RIVER ROAD ACCESS

The River Road access is via an automatic swing gate, which opens into the property. While the entrance is served by a double leaf gate, only the northerly leaf opens using the automatic system. The southerly leaf is locked. Do not be fooled by the visual appearance that both leaves are locked.

The automatic gate has a key pad on the street side, and a push button on the inside of the property to operate it.

ENTRY FROM RIVER ROAD TO PROPERTY USING KEY CODE

To enter from the River Road, use the keypad. If you are in a motor vehicle, approach the keypad, but do not stop closer than 10 feet from the gate. There is a vehicle detector loop beneath the pavement directly in front of the gate on the street side. If your vehicle enters the loop area, the gate will not open even when the proper access code is entered into the key pad.

Once you have entered the proper access code, the gate will open into the property.

Do not proceed to enter the property before the gate has completely opened. Do not enter from the street side until the gate has stopped in the open position. Wind gusts can cause the gate to close due to an obstruction sensor in the gate system and in turn may cause damage to anything in its path.

The gate will automatically close either: (1) 15 seconds after the vehicle has cleared the gate, or (2) 15 seconds after it stops in the completely opened position in the event that no vehicle enters the property.

It takes approximately 10 seconds for the gate to fully open. If the gate begins to close while a vehicle is in either the street-side or property-side detector loop, then the gate will return to the open position for an additional 15 seconds.

EXIT FROM PROPERTY TO RIVER ROAD

To activate the automatic gate opener from the property side, stop at the utility pole nearest the gate and press & release the push-button switch found on the west side of the pole.

There is a vehicle detector loop beneath the pavement approximately 16 feet in front of the gate on the property side. If your vehicle enters the loop area, the gate will not open when the button is pushed. Do not proceed to exit the property before the gate has almost completely opened, or the gate will stop. Do not exit from the property side until the gate has stopped in the open position. Wind gusts can cause the gate to close due to an obstruction sensor in the gate system and in turn may cause damage to anything in its path.

The gate will automatically close either: (1) 15 seconds after the vehicle has cleared the gate, or (2) 15 seconds after it stops in the completely opened position in the event that no vehicle exits the property. It takes approximately 10 seconds for the gate to fully open.

It takes approximately 10 seconds for the gate to fully open. If the gate begins to close while a vehicle is in either the street-side or property-side detector loop, then the gate will return to the open position for an additional 15 seconds.

ACCESS FROM THE HUDSON RIVER

There are two means of access to Hyde Park Landing from the Hudson River:

Riverside Dock (see below)
Inletside Dock (see below)

RIVERSIDE DOCK

If your boat is less than 25 feet in length, and draws less than 5 feet (water depth at mean low water on the waterside of the dock), you may use the riverside Dock temporarily to access the landside of Hyde Park Landing. The riverside dock is a floating dock that is attached to the bridge spanning the inlet by a ramp. The Riverside Dock is not anchored other than by the ramp gangway. Approach the dock against the current and land as gently as possible.

For those boats over 25 feet in length, you must provide your own dinghy to access from the River. Use one of the two transient moorings at the north end of the mooring field (see map) to tie up your boat and dinghy in to either the riverside or inletside dock (see below).

Once your boat is made fast to the dock, use the gangway to access the bridge deck and proceed across the railroad tracks to the inlet side of the landing. Be careful crossing the tracks. They are used by both high speed passenger and freight trains. Look before proceeding across the tracks.

INLETSIDE DOCK

If you have a dinghy, tie up at one of the transient moorings (see map) and dinghy in under the railroad bridge to the inlet side of the Landing. Tie up at any available space or, if there is no space available, tie up to the work barge as if it were a dock.

You will note there are tide boards on the middle bridge pier that show the water depth and headroom in feet at any tide stage. There is normally 2.5 feet of headroom at mean high water.

Check the tide charts for tidal information (see “Tides at Hyde Park” section of website). Remember, these are predicted tides, with no consideration to the effects of wind or barometric pressure.

Generally, southerly winds result in higher high tides and higher low tides, while northerly winds result in lower high tides and lower low tides.

Low pressure systems also cause actual tides that differ from those predicted by the tide charts.

Once you arrive at the inlet side of the Landing you can exit using the River Road gate as long as you have obtained a keypad code to re-enter.

When you come ashore, go directly to the “Transient Information” side of the kiosk next to the main gate on River Road to get instructions on how to get out, and then back in through the automatic gate. You will need a code to get back in, and the instructions provide information on that, as well as transportation, where you are, where you can go, etc. Refer to the section above for gate operating details.

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