|Ginkgo||Behind the baseball fields, near the comfort station||The ginkgo at Crocheron Park has long been associated with William M. Tweed, the notorious Tammany Hall "Boss", who hid at the house of the Crocheron family after escaping from the Ludlow Street Jail. The property was subsequently acquired by New York City.||More Details|
Directions to Crocheron Park
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Due to renovations, Joe Michaels Mile is closed from the Bayside Marina to Northern Boulevard. The section between Fort Totten and Bayside Marina is open, and can be accessed from the Fort Totten entrance and 28 Avenue overpass (stairs and ramp are both open). There is no access from 35 Avenue/Crocheron Park overpass. Updates will be posted here when available. We apologize for any inconvenience. Total project duration is one year.