Bannerman Castle, New York is maintained by a not-for-profit trust. This enables visitors and tourists to view the substantial and impressive derelict property. Bannerman Castle is located on Pollepel Island near Beacon, NY.
From the Bannerman Castle website:
“Bannerman Castle is part of the Hudson Highlands State Park under the jurisdiction of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (NYSOPRHP). The Bannerman Castle Trust is a not-for-profit, friends organization working with NYSOPRHP to provide public access to the island via tours and to preserve its historic structures.
The Bannerman Castle Trust, Inc. is dedicated to the preservation of Bannerman Castle on Pollepel Island as a site for educational, cultural and heritage tourism events in New York State's Hudson River Valley”.
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