This Jackson Heights playground is filled with fun and games for kids in northern Queens to enjoy. The play area includes separate play equipment for younger and older children, with a row of swings in the middle, as well as an area for painted games, and game tables and an outdoor gym for adults. The park also features handball courts and an asphalt yard for baseball and basketball. The park was originally named for the Bulova watch company, which gifted the site to the City, before being renamed for Louis C. Moser, a local civic activist and defender of homeowners' rights.
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