I have years visiting this park and many memories that accompany those visits. But I always remember coming here on school trips and past the swing sets, the slides and the baseball fields there are quiet paths. Through these paths my elementary school teachers would always point out the caves(that are still there today) where the Native Americans use to live.
In the summer the park is full of children engaging in games of tag, joggers, mothers pushing strollers and crowds of people cheering the local baseball team. The park also has two main playgrounds for children(sprinklers and sand boxes), a basketball court and a tennis court. Past the main area of the park there is a little bridge(toward 218th st) where grilling is allowed in the summer time. The view of the Hudson river is simply to die for.
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