Donald J. Trump State Park
The park is currently under development (although there are no current plans), and is further subdivided into two sections, the 282-acre (1.1 km2) Indian Hill parcel in northern Jefferson Valley, and 154-acre (0.6 km2) French Hill in southern Yorktown Heights, wholly within the Town of Yorktown.
The land for the park was donated in 2006 by Donald Trump, for whom the park was named, after he was unable to gain town approvals to develop a golf course on the property. In February 2010, the state announced a plan to close the park due to budget cuts.
- "Spend a bucolic day in ... Trump State Park". Associated Press. 2006-04-19.
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