2022 Healthy Ulster Pass Program

 

Mohonk Preserve has invited Ulster County neighbors to visit the Preserve and receive a free six-week pass during the Healthy Ulster Pass program Wednesday, June 1 through Sunday, June 5, 2022. Healthy Ulster is made possible through generous support from Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation.

Visitors with proof of Ulster County residency obtained their passes at the Preserve’s Testimonial Gateway Trailhead on Rte. 299 in New Paltz, or the Spring Farm Trailhead off Mohonk Road in High Falls from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Wednesday, June 1 to Sunday, June 5.

One adult must pick up passes in person for a maximum of four passes per household. The passes will be valid until Saturday, July 16. Passes are limited and available while supplies last.

Children 15 and under are always free with an accompanying adult passholder and do not require a separate pass. All Healthy Ulster passholders must sign their pass prior to visiting and should be prepared to present ID when accessing Mohonk Preserve. When accessing the Preserve, Healthy Ulster passholders must obtain a wristband from one of the trailheads for each visit.

This marks the 12th year the Preserve has offered its Healthy Ulster Pass program. The Preserve has distributed over 42,000 free one-month passes to Ulster County residents during the organization’s annual Healthy Ulster events.

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