Muscoot Farm is a place where you can experience history, agriculture, and wildlife in a family-friendly atmosphere. Muscoot Farm was once a working dairy farm. Today it is a Westchester County park open to the public 362 days of the year.
On our 777 acres, you can:
- Visit our animals by walking up to their pens or inside their barns
- We have cows, horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and pigs
- View historic buildings such as the Milk House, the Ice House, the Brooder House, and the Carriage House
- Stroll through the Farm Museum
- Attend one of our special events or educational programs (See our calendar)
- Hike 6+ miles of scenic trails to observe local wildlife (click here to plan your hike and see a trail map)
Admission to the park is free and visitors may bring in food as well as visit our concession stand (open seasonally). A typical visit can last 1 to 2 hours, but can be made longer if you bring a lunch and are up for exploring the scenery out back! Please remember that no pets are permitted on the property.
Rules for Touring the Farm
For the safety of you and the animals, all visitors must adhere to the following rules:
- Please keep hands and fingers away from the animal enclosures
- Please do not pet or feed the animals, they have prescribed diets and feeding them something foreign can cause illness
- Please use indoor voices throughout the farm as loud noises can scare or stress the animals
- No pets are permitted on the property for the safety of our animals
Muscoot Farm is on Route 100 nestled between Somers, Katonah, and Yorktown. We are about 1 mile south of the intersection of Route 100 and Route 35.
Google maps: 51 Route 100, Katonah, NY 10536