The original estate property consisted of approximately 600 total acres of land which included fields, forests, lakefront, tree-lined lanes, gardens and orchards. While some of these no longer exist in the current State Park setting, a walk around the property can give you a feel for the qualities of the land that were selected specifically for this grand estate .
Use the links below to learn more about the landscape of Hyde Hall.
- “Maple Lane” Hyde Hall’s Original Drive-2
- “Maple Lane”–Hyde Hall’s Original Entrance Drive
- A View of Hyde Bay
- A View of Hyde Hall from Tin Top Bridge
- A View of Lake Otsego From Hyde Hall
- Covered Bridge view from Maple Lane
- Hyde Hall Garden Notes
- Hyde Hall’s Reservoir
- Mill Road Entrance to Hyde Hall
- South View from Hyde Hall – Before & After
- Stone Arched Bridge
- The Oldest Covered Bridge in New York State
- Tin Top Bridge
- Winter at Hyde Hall