Doodletown, New York, a "ghost town" that was lived in continuously from at least 1762, until 1965, is part of Bear Mountain State Park, Bear Mountain, New York.. Doodletown is rich in history dating from the Hudson Valley's earliest days of habitation, to it's days of modern homes and horseless carriages.

In addition, Doodletown is surrounded by five mountains, contains three primary streams, six waterfalls, expansive woods, and supports abundant wildlife. It is a choice location for history, hiking, and nature appreciation. Expert guided tours of the "ghost town" are available. For more information, please contact "Friends", and thank you for your interest.