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  • 5050 Skatepark

    5050 Skatepark is New York City’s only indoor skatepark. We are open 7 days a week to all bikes, skateboards, scooters, and rollerbladers. At our park you can expand your skills in a creative and safe environment. The new indoor park is conveniently located around the ...

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  • 6TH ANNUAL SHRED FEST

    Shred your personal documents for free at the City’s 6th annual Shred Fest at one of 10 locations citywide.  Free personal paper shredders, donated by Staples, will be given to the first five people to arrive at each location. In addition, participants will receiv...

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  • Allison Pond Park

    Activities in this tranquil Staten Island park center around its picturesque pond. On warm days, fishers cast a line off its banks while nearby turtles and egrets laze around the water. Come winter, the pond freezes over and bundled-up skaters glide over its surface. Outside...

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  • Ben Soto Skate Park

    Staten Island's Ben Soto skate park (built in 2005) was named in memorial of a US Marine who never made it back home. It's design was popular among the city's BMX crowd until 2011 when the parks department opted not to repair the ramps and instead took them out and installed...

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  • Bike New York

    Bike New York is offering free programming on Staten Island and needs the help of local volunteers!   Bike New York will be in Staten Island all summer long teaching kids and adults how to ride for the first time, and teaching new riders how to ride safely.  Vo...

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  • Blue Heron Park Nature Center

    The Urban Park Rangers offer free programs on Saturday and Sunday for the whole family. Join us for an afternoon of nature related activities....

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  • Cedar Grove Beach

    The city's newest beach is a converted oceanfront bungalow colony. This charming beach with its clear views of the Manhattan Bridge is smaller and somewhat more tranquil than its neighbors, Midland Beach and South Beach, and is popular with the area's families....

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  • City University of New York - College of Staten Island
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  • Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve

    Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve is a 265-acre nature preserve near the southwest shore of Staten Island. It contains a variety of unique habitats, such as wetlands, ponds, sand barrens, spring-fed streams and woodlands. The preserve is managed to retain its unique ecology...

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  • Clove Lakes Park

    A protected Forever Wild site because of its valuable ecological assets, Clove Lakes Park has a rich natural history and a few remnants of the past that remain and continue to thrill visitors. Chief among them are the park's lakes and ponds, outcroppings of serpentine rock...

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  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach

    This 2.5-mile boardwalk and beach area extends southeast from Fort Wadsworth to Miller Field’s Gateway Recreational Area, parallel to Father Capodanno Boulevard. Located on the Atlantic Ocean, it is one of New York City’s four spacious beachfront areas....

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  • Friends of Blue Heron Park
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  • Fun Station of Staten Island
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  • Gateway National Recreation Area

    Established in 1972, Gateway National Recreation Area offers more than 26,000 acres of marshes, wildlife sanctuaries and recreational athletic facilities, miles of sandy beaches; indoor and outdoor classrooms; picnicking and camping areas, as well as historic structures and ...

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  • Great Kills Park

    Great Kills Park is known for its four beaches: New Dorp Beach; Cedar Grove Beach; Oakwood Beach; and Fox Beach. One of the four, New Dorp Beach, was once the home of the second permanent European settlement in Staten Island. Today, these beaches and wetlands help fight agai...

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  • Greenbelt Nature Center

    The Greenbelt Nature Center, opened in 2004, is a stunning 5,440-square-foot stone and brick building that stands in harmony with its natural surroundings. Here, visitors can interact with the state-of-the-art Richmond County Savings Foundation Exhibits. The Nature Center is...

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  • Huguenot Beach
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  • Island Swim Club

    The Island Swim Club, Inc. is a non-profit member-owned, private facility tucked away on a 7 acre park-like setting in Heartland Village, Staten Island -- a stone's throw away from the Staten Island Mall. It is a place to relax, swim and have fun with your family. The main p...

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  • James Petrides High School
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  • La Tourette Golf Course

    La Tourette Golf Course is home to the annual New York City Amateur Championship held in the end of May, and The March of Dimes Celebrity Charity Event held every June. From the time you enter the restored manor that serves as the clubhouse, you will sense the rich history a...

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