Mohonk Preserve Gatehouse plan gets mixed reviews from crowd

November 28, 2013 05:00 PM | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Mohonk Preserve met with neighbors last week to discuss a plan to restore the iconic Testimonial Gateway. The Testimonial Gatehouse, located on Route 299 West in New Paltz, was built in 1907 and once served as the main eastern entrance to Mohonk Mountain House. It led visitors down a stately pin oak allee. Mohonk Preserve plans call for the restoration of the long corridor of oak trees back to its former glory. Along with restoring the Gatehouse, the project will also restore and create a “nature and discovery” trail from the Testimonial Gatehouse to the surrounding ponds.
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