Site of RMC + Parking:
147 Old Forge Rd, Wingdale, NY 12594
There will be RMC shuttles transporting folks from the nearby train station to the official RMC site. Please contact us if you need assistance!
Wingdale is located on the eastern side of New York state just few miles from the New York/Connecticut border in the beautiful Harlem Valley. Away from the hustle and bustle, yet accessible by train and car, those coming to Wingdale will get to know the area’s great natural beauty and agrarian roots. Please arrive at 147 Old Forge Rd, Wingdale, NY 12594; this is the official location of the RMC and there will be parking on site. Additionally, there will be an official RMC shuttle transporting folks from the nearby train station to the RMC site, but please contact us if you need assistance with this.
Those flying into New York City will use one of 3 airports.
- The John F Kennedy Airport
- The Laguardia Airport
- Newark Airport
If you are flying, taking the train to the RMC site is recommended. There will be an RMC shuttle that can bring you from the train station to the RMC site.Car rental services are also available from these airports. Options for driving from these airports can be found by putting ‘Wingdale, NY’ into your GPS.
Those flying into Westchester, NY will use:
- Westchester County Airport
Westchester County Airport (also known as White Plains Airport) is located about 1 hour south of Wingdale and presently served by six scheduled passenger airlines.
An inexpensive cab can be taken from the airport to the White Plains commuter rail station, where you can take the train North to Wingdale. There will be an RMC shuttle that will bring you from the train station to the site.
If driving, take I-684 N for 24 miles. Continue onto NY-22 N for 21.2 miles.
Getting to Wingdale from New York City is easy, affordable, and takes a load off your carbon footprint. We strongly suggest those coming from the New York city area to hop on the Metro North. Approximate time from NYC is 1 hour and 50 minutes. There will be an RMC shuttle that will take you from the train station to the RMC site.
- Get to Grand Central Station.
There are shuttles from all the airports that go directly there, generally around $15-20.
You can take the Air Train to Howard Beach ($5), then the A train towards NYC (NOT the Rockaways), then transfer to the uptown 4/5 at Fulton Street. Subway fare is $2.75 per trip.LGA:
Shuttle or cab. Public transportation doesn’t really do it.
Airtrain to Newark Liberty Station, then NJ Transit to Penn Station. Take the 1/2/3 uptown to 42nd street/time square, then S train to Grand Central.
- Buy a ticket to go to Harlem (HM) Valley Wingdale, on the Harlem Line.
If you are leaving grand central between 4 and 8 PM on a weekday, buy a peak ticket. If outside that timeframe, buy off peak. You can buy a return trip ticket there too. You can find info on the train schedule here.
- Ride the train and look out the window at the reservoirs and the wetlands.
NOTE: Many trains to Wingdale transfer at Southeast. On the trains that have a transfer, it is the last stop on the first train after approx. a 1.5 hour ride, so you can’t miss it. You get out, walk across the platform, and get on the other train that either is there, or pulls up in a minute going the same direction. Ride north to the HM-Wingdale stop for about 20 minutes. It is the stop after Pawling.
- There will be an RMC shuttle waiting to bring you to the site, about an 8-minute drive from the station.
You will be driving your car to 147 Old Forge Rd, Wingdale, NY 12594; this is the land where the RMC will be held and there is parking on site.
Visit www.rideshare.us and enter the code is radicalmycology. From there you will be able to register with the site and post ride offers and requests.
Camping on-site at the RMC is included in your registration donation. However, the farm also has a limited number of beds and breakfast rooms for rent for convergence attendees that choose not to camp. For more info, pricing and to make a reservation, please contact harlemvalleyhomestead [at] gmail [dot] com.
For those who wish to stay off-site, there are a few local options as well: