Blue Heron Preserve
Amboy Rd., Barclay Ave., Hylan Blvd. and Bertram Ave.
Blue Heron Preserve is filled with over 200 acres of fresh meadows and serene woodlands, which makes up the home of a wide variety of diverse wildlife species.
Victory Blvd. Bet. Ridgeway Ave. And Travis Ave.
The Greenbelt, a City of New York flagship park located in the heart of Staten Island, is comprised of almost 3,000 acres of land dedicated to a range of passive and active recreational activities. Within its boundaries are mature stands of forest, wetlands, lakes, ponds, and streams where one can hike, explore nature, and relax. Here are some of the things you can do:
- Greenbelt Natural Areas
Features: Deer Park, Buck's Hollow, Bloodroot Valley, Reed's Basket Willow Swamp, Egbertville Ravine, Amundson Trailway, Hiking and Bird Watching
- Greenbelt Native Plant Center and The Victory Plant Center
Features: Plant Rescue and Propagation, Demonstration Gardens, Adult and Children Education Classes, Native Plant Sales.
- La Tourette Park
Features: Golf, Ballfields, Hiking, Winter Sports, Model Airplane Field, Driving Range.
- Willowbrook Park
Features: Fishing, Ballpark, Picnics, Archery, Tennis, Carousel, Special Events.
- William T. Davis Wildlife Refuge
Features: The first Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary founded in New York City, Educational Programs.
Lincoln Ave., Mason Ave., Midland Ave., Poultney St.
Historic Midland Beach has plenty to offer including year-round fishing or even just a relaxing day lying on the beach’s orange sand.
S81, S51, S78
Qunitard St., Pearsall St., Frank Capodanno Blvd.
This Staten Island beach has a little bit of everything with the city’s longest fishing piers,
2 miles of scenic boardwalk, and amazing concerts and festivals right on the beach.
S51, S81, S52
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Greenbelt Plant Center
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