Leon Levy Preserve

Leon Levy Preserve

What remains of the Black Mansion Photo: Jane Daniels What remains of the Black Mansion Photo: Jane Daniels
41.259567, -73.530514

Haboring a variety of wildlife, the Leon Levy Preserve has 25-foot high cliffs, extensive wetlands, and hardwood forests. 

The Leon Levy Preserve is tranquil, scenic, and, adding to the charm of the place, includes a mansion in ruins. The preserve is named in memory of its principal benefactor, Leon Levy. His love of Lewisboro and for nature came together in the purchase of watershed property that local residents had been trying to protect since 1996. Levy, a Wall Street investor, founder of Oppenheimer Funds, ...

Park Acreage:

383.00 acres



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Contact Information

Web Link:

Lewisboro - Parks and Recreation Department


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Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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Trip Reports

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July 08, 2016
Nice place to hike
I did this hike on May 8, 2016 and truly enjoyed it. The Black Mansion was cool. You can see some images of my hike here: https://scenesfromthetrail.com/2016/05/10/leon-levy-preserve-black-mansi...
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