Blood Root Valley
Rockland Ave., Manor Ave., Brielle Ave., Forest Hill Rd.
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It’s called the Greenbelt, but it’s (happily) outgrown its belt shape. 2,800 acres of green space stretched out and through the heart of Staten Island compose the vast area known as the Greenbelt. That’s 2,800 acres of hiking, fishing, birding, golf, archery, biking, baseball, and endless other options for amusing oneself.
The Greenbelt rivals a college campus with its plethora of educational structures and settings. To name a few, High Rock Environmental Center, Greenbelt Native Plant Center, Greenbelt Recreation Center, and William T. Davis Wildlife Refuge enthrall and teach visitors on a constant basis.
Step into a woodland, meadow, or field and slowly begin tightening your grip on the Greenbelt.
Every Wednesday unless weather conditions are severe (regular amounts of snow won't stop us from going out!): Join...
Before this gate guarded the entrance to High Rock Park, Ms. Moulton served as protector. Learn about this strong woman and the gate that now shares her name.
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Greenbelt Recreation Center
On November 14, 2018, the Greenbelt Recreation Center was closed for emergency HVAC repairs, and will remain closed until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience and encourage members to use their membership card at any of our other recreation centers during this time. In Staten Island, nearby recreation centers include Lyons Pool Recreation Center and Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to reopen the center.
Are you so overwhelmed by the size of the Greenbelt that you don't know where to start? One of the ten highlighted spots in our virtual tour is guaranteed to inspire you!
- Greenbelt Recreation Center and Queens Museum HVAC System Reconstruction
- Greenbelt Recreation Center Reconstruction
- Staten Island Greenbelt Recreation Center Parking Area Expansion