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Van Cortlandt Park

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Van Cortlandt Park - Glaciers in New York City

The characteristic sketch of Van Cortlandt Park—steep ridges, smooth hillsides, and open flats—was carved by glaciers. The most recent ice age began about 1.5… Read More

Van Cortlandt Park - the Wetlands of New York City

Tibbett’s Brook cuts through soft Inwood marble on its way from Westchester to Spuyten Duyvil. Before dividing into a concrete conduit, it feeds the Van Cortlandt… Read More

Van Cortlandt Stadium

Van Cortlandt Stadium takes its name from the Van Cortlandt Family who occupied the land from 1699 to 1888. The Wiechquaskeck Lenapes Native American Tribe lived on this… Read More

Vault Hill

“My body I commit to the earth, to be buried in a family vault which I intend to build on my plantation. If I do not cause the vault to be built in my lifetime,… Read More

Woodlawn Playground

Woodlawn Playground lies within Van Cortlandt Park, near Van Cortlandt Park East and East 239th Street, and takes its name from the adjacent neighborhood and cemetery.… Read More

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Van Cortlandt Park Weather

  • Mon
    Snow
    26°F
  • Tue
    Heavy Snow
    24°F
  • Wed
    Blustery
    27°F
  • Thu
    Partly Sunny
    33°F

7-day forecast

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