Van Cortlandt Park’s physical and human landscape has evolved over thousands of years. This 1,146–acre park, the third largest in New York City, offers real connections to the region’s geologic and cultural history. Through the lens of Van Cortlandt Park, one can learn about the natural world while gaining insight into how infrastructure develops as a city grows and changes.
What's Unique About Us
Two fenced in gravel runs with rock installations to climb and play on!
Van Cortlandt Park East between Oneida Ave and East 238th St, Bronx, NY, USA