Since its founding in the 1930s, Tompkinsville Park has become an integral part of its community's landscape in Staten Island. This civic plaza is the heart of the neighborhood of Tompkinsville, and the park is often bustling with commuters and passersby. A fountain built in 2008 acts as the centerpiece of the park, and accessible benches, water fountains, and public bathrooms assist needy travelers. The park's most notable feature is The Hiker, a statue sculpted by Allen G. Newman that honors the local soldiers of the Spanish-American War.
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