214 Pl., 214 La., 215 Pl, Cross Island Pkwy. bet. 33 Ave. and 35 Ave.
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This charming, dog-friendly park on the shores of Little Neck Bay has facilities for baseball, basketball, and tennis, and includes a playground for kids and a scenic pond at the southern end. The park looks out to the bay and offers access via a pedestrian bridge to the waterfront. With winding pathways and plenty of lawn space, Crocheron Park offers respite and opportunities for recreation year-round, including a pretty show of colors in the fall!
Before it became Crocheron Park, this site was home to Crocheron House, a hotel built in the 1850s on the shores of Little Neck Bay.
Discover the history of Crocheron Park