• Springwood, The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Home Of Franklin D Roosevelt

    National Historic Site New York

Vanderbilt Riverfront Trail

Vanderbilt - Riverfront Podcast Trail Tour

It all began here – on the banks of the Hudson River. For centuries, the river sustained the livelihood of Native Americans, European explorers and landowners, African American slaves, and the scions of American industry. These trails traverse time, taking you on a journey from the first waterfront settlements through the “Gilded Age” of the early 20th century.

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Riverfront Park

River and Rails

Water Power

Lower Gate Lodge

Playgrounds of the Wealthy

Bard Rock and the Mooring Hook

Inspirational Views

Vanderbilt Home

Romantic Landscape

Formal Garden

Tending the Garden

Did You Know?

Springwood, Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt

President Harry Truman was on hand at Springwood to help dedicate the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt to the National Park Service in 1946.