The purpose of Friends of Muscoot Farm is to preserve and interpret, for the public benefit, the agricultural, cultural and natural heritage of a Westchester County farm, circa 1880 – 1930
Muscoot Farm is an interpretive farm that is part of the Westchester County Parks system. As a visitor you can see over 50 farm animals, hike over 5 miles of trails, learn about the history of an early 1900s dairy farm in Westchester, or attend one of our year-round programs–from bird walks to movie nights!
Programs are funded by the Friends of Muscoot Farm who rely on donations from the public. You can make a donation when you visit, or give us a call for more information.
PARK HOURS: Every day 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday Farmer’s Market Hours: May-Nov, Sundays 9:30-2:30
FEES: Free to park, free to enter!
Muscoot Farm was originally a "Gentleman's Farm" founded by Ferdinand T. Hopkins in 1880 and operated as a dairy farm until Westchester County acquired the property in the late 1960s.
Today, Muscoot Farm is a Westchester County Park that strives to preserve and interpret its agrarian past.
Visitors may stroll through the original barns, visit with the animals, participate in educational programs or hike the many miles of trails. There is something for everyone on Muscoot’s 777 acres!