This is a really beautiful spot in Westchester County, New York. Right outside the Nature Center of Tea Town, finding all of the many spots requires only to walk around the path next to the lake. There are about 6 little areas and one huge one that will last us a couple weeks. It is generally shady because of tree cover, and can be wet on a rainy day, but the rock dries surprisingly fast. It is never crowded due to the fact that I don't think anyone has climbed here before. There are two varieties of rock here. There is a grippy rock that is good on your hands, and a sharp, slippery granite. Don't use a lot of chalk, please. A lot of people who aren't climbers go here and they don't like white rocks. My friend Dan also works there and doesn't want to get fired. There is a ton of possibility for this area, and nearly every thing you do that I don't have written here is an FA.