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Other Parks in New York City

other parks in New York City

New York City boasts other beautiful parks besides those maintained by the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. Spread throughout all five boroughs are various state, national and other parks, waiting to be explored and enjoyed.

National Park Service Parks

National Parks of New York Harbor

African Burial Ground
Manhattan
Castle Clinton
Manhattan
Federal Hall
Manhattan
General Grant National Memorial
Manhattan
Governors Island Hamilton Grange
Manhattan
Lower East Side Tenement Museum
Manhattan
St. Paul's Church
Mount Vernon, New York
Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace
Manhattan

Statue of Liberty National Monument

Ellis Island Statue of Liberty

Gateway National Recreation Area

Breezy Point
Queens
Canarsie Pier
Queens
Floyd Bennett Field
Queens
Fort Hancock
New Jersey
Fort Tilden
Queens
Fort Wadsworth
Staten Island
Gateway National Recreation Area
Brooklyn, Queens & Staten Island
Great Kills Park
Staten Island
Jacob Riis Park
Queens
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
Queens
Miller Field
Staten Island
Sandy Hook Beaches
New Jersey

State of New York Parks

Bayswater Point State Park
Queens
Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve
Staten Island
East River State Park
Brooklyn
Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park
Manhattan
Gantry Plaza State Park
Queens
Jones Beach State Park
Long Island
Riverbank State Park
Manhattan
Roberto Clemente State Park
Bronx

Battery Park City Parks

Battery Park City Parks
Manhattan
Battery Park City Authority Ballfields
Manhattan
Esplanade Plaza
Manhattan
Irish Hunger Memorial
Manhattan
Kowsky (Monsignor John J. Kowsky) Plaza
Manhattan
North Cove
Manhattan
Rector Park
Manhattan
Rockefeller (Nelson A. Rockefeller) Park
Manhattan
South Cove
Manhattan
Teardrop Park
Manhattan
The Esplanade
Manhattan
Wagner (Robert F. Wagner, Jr.) Park
Manhattan
West Thames Park
Manhattan
World Financial Center Plaza
Manhattan

Other Parks

Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn
Hudson River Park
Manhattan
Roosevelt Island
Manhattan
Stuyvesant Cove Park
Manhattan

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