Persons traveling the Hudson River are afforded the opportunity to temporarily moor their vessels at Hyde Park Landing.
There are two Transient Moorings available (refer to map). Each has its own mooring pennants attached to a blue Styrofoam float. The northernmost is for larger boats, up to 44 feet in length. The more southerly transient mooring is for boats up to 33 feet in length.
DO NOT ATTACH TO THE TOP LIFTING RING ON THE MOORING BUOY. IT IS NOT ATTACHED TO THE MOORING CHAIN WITH FITTINGS THAT WILL WITHSTAND THE LOADS WHICH YOUR BOAT WILL APPLY TO THE MOORING SYSTEM.
Please stay as long as you like. Enjoy the Valley, the Town, and its Environs.
There is plenty to see and do (refer to the Local Destination Page) and the sunsets are magnificent.
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 “Rates & Access” section of this website for gate operating details.
The rate for use of a transient mooring is found in the section on Hyde Park Landing Rates. It is the honor system here.
If you do not plan on leaving the marina, then leave the payment at the transient information kiosk by dropping it through the letter slot located just below the transient instructions box.
If you are planning on leaving the marina to do some exploring around town or to see the sights, then leave the payment in the box at the Hyde Park Landing office where you obtain the re-entry gate code.
When you leave, make sure to attach the blue float to the pennants and allow them to float free so they will be available for the next voyager.