Jerome Park ReservoirThe Jerome Park Reservoir is a part of the New Croton Aqueduct, built in the 1880's and 1890's. Still an active part of New York City's water system, the New Croton is three times the size of the Old Croton and carries about 10% of our drinking water. The Old Croton Aqueduct travels along the eastern edge of the reservoir.
- Goulden Avenue south to Kingsbridge Road
Nearest Train Station:
The 4 train will let you off at Mosholu Parkway a few blocks east of the reservoir. Walk northwest along Mosholu Parkway to Sedgwick Avenue, follow Sedgwick to the reservoir at Goulden Avenue.