- Western Terminus:
- Orange Turnpike (NY 17) in Sloatsburg
- Eastern Terminus:
- US 9W/US 202 at Bear Mountain
- 17.60 miles
- Rockland, Orange
Seven Lakes Drive is a major roadway through Harriman State Park and Bear Mountain State Park. It is named for the seven lakes that it passes inside Harriman State Park. It begins at Orange Turnpike (NY 17) in Sloatsburg and passes under the Thruway, but there is no interchange. It runs diagonally to the northeast through Harriman State Park. In the northern area of the park, it meets the Long Mountain Parkway (US 6) at a traffic circle, from which there is access to the Palisades Parkway. Seven Lakes Drive is multiplexed with the Palisades Parkway for one exit. It then splits off and runs east through Bear Mountain State Park. There is access to Perkins Memorial Drive, which ascends to the top of Bear Mountain. Seven Lakes Drive ends at US 6/US 202. Most of Seven Lakes Drive is a two-lane undivided road.