2024 Healthy Ulster Pass Program

Mohonk Preserve invited Ulster County neighbors to visit the Preserve and receive a free five-week pass during the Healthy Ulster Pass Program distribution on Friday, April 5 through Sunday, April 7. Pass pick up has now closed.

Visitors with proof of Ulster County residency obtained their passes at the Preserve’s Visitor Center on Rte 44/55 in Gardiner, the 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 Friday, April 5 to Sunday, April 7.

The passes will be valid until May 12. Passes are limited and available while supplies last. One adult must pick up passes in person for a maximum of four passes per household. Children 15 and under are always free with an accompanying adult passholder and do not require a separate pass.

This marks the 14th year the Preserve has offered its Healthy Ulster Pass program. The Preserve has distributed over 58,600 free passes to Ulster County residents during the organization’s annual Healthy Ulster events. Healthy Ulster is made possible through generous support from Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation.

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