Clove Lakes Park
Forest Ave., Victory Blvd., bet. Clove Rd. and Brookside Ave., Royal Oak Rd.
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A protected Forever Wild site because of its valuable ecological assets, Clove Lakes Park has a rich natural history and a few remnants of the past that remain and continue to thrill visitors. Chief among them are the park's lakes and ponds, outcroppings of serpentine rocks, and Staten Island's largest living things, a three hundred year-old tulip tree.
Besides strolling down trails and paddling on its bodies of water to appreciate its beauty, visitors can also experience the park as a more modern recreation zone. Several baseball diamonds, a soccer field, basketball court, playgrounds, and football field dot the park's landscape. Then, of course, there's the Staten Island War Memorial Ice Skating Rink, an outdoor rink located in what could be called the "active" part of the park, close to its other fields and courts.
Discover the history of Clove Lakes Park
If you think you're busy, read about the industrious man for whom this area dedicated to games, entertainment, and beauty is named.
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Clove Lakes Park
Due to reports of overcrowding, the playgrounds at Clove Lakes Park have been closed until further notice to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
- OFF TO THE RACES: NYC PARKS BREAKS GROUND ON CLOVE LAKES PARK 5K RUNNING TRAIL
- SPRING BREAK: NYC PARKS’ URBAN PARK RANGERS OFFER SCHOOL RECESS FUN FOR KIDS ACROSS THE CITY
- NYC PARKS ANNOUNCES SLATE OF SPRING AND SUMMER PUBLIC ART EXHIBITIONS AROUND THE CITY
- Citywide DCAS Accelerated Conservation & Efficiency Program (CNYG-2415MA1)
- Clove Lakes Park Fitness Equipment Reconstruction
- Clove Lakes Park World War II Memorial Ice Rink Slab and Header Reconstruction
- Clove Lakes Park WWII Veterans War Memorial Ice Rink Condensers Reconstruction
- Staten Island General Site Work (RG-315MA1)
Park Administrative Office: (718) 390-8000