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O’Brien Oval
Captain Thomas A. O’Brien was born in 1884 and grew up at 280 Burnside Avenue, just a few blocks away. O’Brien w...

O’Neill Triangle
The identity of O’Neill Triangle’s namesake is something of a mystery. The Board of Aldermen named it O’Nei...

Ogden Plimpton Playground
This playground takes its name from two avenues that border the property: Ogden Avenue and Plimpton Avenue. The park is also ...

Old Fort Four Park
The American Revolution (1763-1789), the fight for our nation's independence from British rule, irrevocably sh...

Olinville Playground
This playground bears the name of the Bronx neighborhood of Olinville, named after the author, professor and Methodist bishop,...

Olmstead Triangle
Olmstead Triangle and the adjacent Avenue honors the Olmsteads. Settlers of Westchester Village, their gravestones remain in ...

Oneida Triangle
Neighbor to 1,146.43 acre Van Cortlandt Park, Oneida Triangle is bounded by East 238th Street, Van Cortlandt Park East, and On...

Orchard Beach
Orchard Beach is one of Pelham Bay Park’s most distinctive features. Even though the beach itself is relatively new, vi...

Orchard Beach - Horseshoe Crabs in New York City Parks
Every May and June, horseshoe crabs emerge from Pelham Bay and the Long Island Sound onto Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park. F...

Osprey in New York City Parks - Pelham Bay Park
More than three times the size of Manhattan's Central Park, Pelham Bay Park is the City's largest park property. Visitors to ...

Osprey in New York City Parks - Pugsley Creek Park
Pugsley Creek Park has remained largely undeveloped. The wealth of untouched freshwater wetlands along the creek flowing inla...

Owen Dolen Golden Age Center
In 1925, Owen F. Dolen (c.1864-1925) was asked to speak at a ceremony in this park, then known as Westchester Square. The occ...

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