The Conservancy wishes everyone a healthy and happy Spring season! We’re excited to announce a full schedule of exciting events to explore, experience, and celebrate the season!
Join us on Saturday, May 8 for the return of a favorite annual event: Spring Celebration at 11 am to 1 pm; rain date is May 15.
Outdoor programs offer wonderful, enriching experiences for all ages:
- Guided Nature Walks take place on the second Saturday of every month;
- Outdoor Adventures are led monthly by Ranger Eric Powers;
- North Shore Audubon Society Spring Walks are scheduled for April 24 and June 5;
- Forest Bathing sessions are led by certified guide Linda Lombardo.
If you prefer to explore independently and at your own pace, Self-Guided Tours are available online for visitors. Three themed tours can be enjoyed on your own schedule and at the pace you set: The History Tour, Native Wildlife & Diverse Environments, and the Bird Watching Tour. Each provides new perspectives on this beautiful site.
The mansions and Welcome Center are closed now, however the Great Lawn, Rose Garden, Forest, and Pond area are all accessible – and the Woodland Playground and Dog Run are open for play.
A team of security guards monitors the entire property, to help ensure the safety of all visitors – but the future of the Preserve depends on the cooperation of all visitors. When everyone follows the Visitor Safety Rules now in place, then the Preserve can remain open for everyone to enjoy.
We hope you’ll join the Conservancy to support our mission to preserve and enhance the Guggenheim Estate for the benefit of the public. The Conservancy must raise 98% of our budget, so we now depend entirely on Gatehouse revenue, memberships, and donations to sustain our operations, while cultural programming and fundraising events are suspended due to NYS mandates. Members receive many benefits, including an extended 14-month membership term, discounts to select programs and events throughout the year – and unlimited free admission to the Preserve’s grounds.
If you have any questions or concerns about the Sands Point Preserve, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
We encourage everyone to take every possible precaution during this time. The Preserve is a wonderful resource for healthful, outdoor experiences – provided every visitor respects the rules now in place to protect everyone’s health and wellbeing.