Details for Hyde Park Landing

Hyde Park Landing

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 4.0 stars from 8 reviews

Address 6 Dock Street
Hyde Park, NY 12538


After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

VHF channel


Email contact

Owner, manager



Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

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Tide & current additional info


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

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Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

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Transient: Unknown
Total: 12
Transient price: $1.00/ft (2015-06-04)

Other price info: Moorings only. Minimum $30.


Transient: 2
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info: $30 per day. 1 for up to 44 feet and 1 for up to 33 feet.

AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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Cable TV (and pricing)

Phone hookup (and pricing)

Water (and pricing)

Dinghy access

Liveaboard info


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Gas priceUnknown

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Diesel priceUnknown

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Pets welcomeUnknown

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Disability access

Launch service

Pump out










Hotels or motels

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Internet access

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Reviews for Hyde Park Landing
Low rating, nothing open, 2016-08-16
Captain: , Montreal (717)

We pulled over after a 13 hours motoring from NY. Called Peter on the phone and was able to get a mooring ball. We were the only boat. Great night beside the few trains going over our bunk!
On the morning went to the dock. We find out the facilities were closed, nobody could open. Peter was not there albeit he new we would use those. He could have unlock them. Fortunately, one of his tenant offers us to use his bathroom, and he even had to cash or 35$ mooring fees.

HUGE save by Paul & Jeff, 2016-06-07
Captain: , Saint Johns Florida (50)

TrawlerLife stayed the night and went to Culinary Institute of America, Wow amazing food and service (10.50 cab fare each way). Fair price for the marina. Prior to departure I made a huge mistake while topping off my transmission fluid, I added oil. Paul got me a pump, took me to Advanced Auto and was constantly offering to help in any way. Great Guys. I had while in Cape May purchased enough oil (gallons) to handle two changes and 7 quarts of trans fluid for a later change. The quarts delivered were in a box with other filters. Turns out they delivered all oil and I missed it. Paul saved my ass big time. Underway within an hour and a half with both transmission fluids changed.

Pete is still great, 2015-06-11
Captain: , Panama City, FL (574)

Enjoyed two nights here with no serious wake traffic and soothing train rumble. Used a 20$ taxi per Pete's web site to enjoy a great French lunch for fixed price 35 each ... Three courses plus drinks. A bargain in this area and exceptional. Walked back to work it off stopping at grocery just before FDR library. Price for mooring now 35 but stil a deal with always helpful assistance from Pete. Just call him.

Good location to visit Culinary Institute of America, 2015-06-04
Captain: , Punta Gorda, FL (2422)

We got our moorings from Pete, left our dinghies on the riverside dock to avoid going under the RR bridge, and called a taxi ($7 per person - 1 way for 4 people) to visit the CIA. It was a very interesting experience. Lunch was very expensive, but you probably only do it once in your life.

The weather was very settled from our overnight stay so it was comfortable. Wakes from any river traffic were handled better on the mooring than against a fixed dock.

Our cruising buddies dealt with Pete, and said he was a good guy.

Nice Stop with comments, 2014-07-14
Captain: , Chocowinity Bay, NC (180)

Pete was gone when we moored - however, he was still very helpful by phone. Two additional comments from prior reviews. First, as noted, the chain attached to the blue floats is heavy. We brought the boat up, grabbed the O ring with the boat hook and Jan then put a line through the ring and cleated it. The O ring is attached right under the blue floats (not the ring on the mooring ball itself). Given the weight of the chain, it would be hard for one person to do this. The second caution is using a dinghy to go under the RR bridge. The small dock on the river side of the tracks says "do not leave boat unattended." So, with the tide fairly low, we went under the bridge and tied up to the floating dock on the other side. Went to Vanderbuilt and the Everready Diner (very good) and came back two hours before high tide. We could not get under the bridge with the motor on! Had to take the motor off, crouch way down in the dinghy and pull ourselves through by hand - a messy task. the boat up, I grabbed the O ring under the

Bouncy and windy spot, great hiking trail, 2013-10-06
Captain: , Bayfield, WI and the ICW (1259)

There are two mooring balls, the northernmost is supposed to be the most secure. They are difficult to connect to, as the chain between the float and the ball is heavy and too short. Talk to Pete who will take your $30 and direct to to Hyde Park, which is three miles away on one of the nicest hiking trails you will see in the area. Definitely worth the trip. And if you think you walked too far to get there, there is a shuttle that will bring you close to the mooring field. That last one leaves at 1610 hours.

Nice beautiful mooring close to must see sights, 2013-06-07
Captain: , Spring Lake, MI (379)

This site iincludes two transcient mooring balls and a floating dinghy dock in a protected stream. Pete was very helpful on the phone and came down to ensure we got on the ball and safely to shore. He spent some time telling us about the area which is where he grew up. Then he offered to drive us up to the Vanderbilt Estate which is less than a mile but up hill. Later we took a short cab ride to the CIA. Our overnight was quiet with a beautiful view of the river. The occasional trains are short and go by so fast that the noise is not bothersome.

Go for the experience, not the facility, 2012-08-25
Captain: , Chester, CT (60)

The "facility" is a pair of mooring balls and a floating dock to tie up your dinghy. The experience is unique and highly recommended if you like a personal, small town touch. You pick up the mooring, talk to Pete on the phone, dinghy in to the landing and kiosk where you pick up directions to drop off your payment in a wooden box. From there, we walked to the Vanderbuilt mansion, then into town where a local restaurant (Cranberries) owner provided us with a ride to the FDR house and museum, and returned via the wooded Hudson River Trail. One of the most memorable stops on our Hudson River cruise.

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