It's easiest to get in by car. From Westchester County, take the Tappan Zee Bridge, or from New York City, you can choose to instead take the George Washington Bridge and the Palisades Parkway.
There are also buses from Port Authority in Midtown Manhattan, but it's a long haul.
Much of downtown Nyack is walkable, but if you want to go longer distances, a car or bike may be needed.
- 1 Nyack Beach State Park, 698 N. Broadway, Upper Nyack, NY, ☏ . Open year round for day use. The views up and down the Hudson are glorious, and there is good bird-watching, including hawks and other raptors. Bath House rental: $100 / $175; Picnic Area - Upper Plateau : $150; Vehicle entrance fee (8 AM-6 PM on weekends, 9-5 on weekdays, starting on June 24): $8/Vehicle.
- Downtown Nyack is also charming to walk or drive around. There are quaint buildings on its tree-lined streets.
Hike, kayak, bird-watch, etc.
|Routes through Nyack|
|Albany/Parsippany ← Nanuet ←||N/W S/E||→ Tarrytown → New York City/White Plains|
|Albany ← Stony Point ←||N S||→ Piermont → Fort Lee|