Barretto Point Park features the floating barge pool on the East River and a view of North Brother Island. There’s a nice Roman style seating area, a sandy beach, paved roads for biking, and more. Read more
The swimming area was constructed atop a retired barge that bobs in the East River; the seven-lane, 20,000-square-foot pool is so popular that swimmers line up at the gate to be admitted in shifts. Read more
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