- Mills-Norrie State Park is actually two connecting state parks -- Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park and Ogden & Ruth Livingston Mills State Park. The 988-acre parcel is bounded on the west by the Hudson River. The Norrie Marina provides boating, fishing and picnicking on the bluffs overlooking the Hudson River. A campground with tent sites, RV sites and adjacent rental cabins is offered. Included at the parks is the country's second oldest golf course, Dinsmore Golf Course (two 9-hole courses). These grounds are open for cross-country skiers in winter. A bridle path, scenic hiking, biking and snowmobiling trails are available, as well as a sledding hill on the lawn of the Mills Mansion State Historic Site. his large parcel of public land offers a State Historic Site for touring, the Dinsmore Golf Course, cabins, tent sites, RV sites, hiking trails, bike path, bridle path, fishing opportunities, picnic area, recreation programs, restaurant, cross-country skiing and sledding.Dinsmore Golf Course is a very scenic 18-hole course (two 9's) offering panoramic views of the Hudson River and majestic Catskill Mountains. It is the second oldest golf course in the country. Yardage is 5,719, par 70.
This state park is located 5 miles north of Hyde Park along SR 9. Travel the NYS Thruway (I-87), take the Kingston Exit, Route 199 east to Route 9G south, Route 9 south through Rhinebeck to Staatsburg.
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