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Today The Park Covers Over 1200 Acres And Is

The Catskill Park was originally established as a private hunting ground by Peter Cooper in .

It was later acquired by the state of New York in and opened to the public in . Today, the park covers over , acres and is home to over miles of trails, including the famous Devil's Path. It's also a popular spot for camping, fishing, birdwatching, and horseback riding.
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