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if you're barefoot or in flip flops, watch out for these mostly-buried metal stakes on the trail to the battery
Always jump the fence. If you push on any abandoned door hard enough, it will open.
This formerly nuclear-armed beach protected NYC with canons, Nike, Ajax & Hercules missiles. It's now an explorer's heaven of crumbling buildings and battlements. Read more: Read more
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Fort Tilden Beach
Bayshore Blvd W
"Park across the street from the entrance to the park and hike it in to the beach from there. Decent bathrooms and water fountains en route"
Rockaway Theatre Company
Building T-4, Ft Tilden
"community theater in a repurposed building in fort tilden. caught their version of Gypsy earlier this summer. talented and entertaining performance to a sold out audience"
Rockaway Artists Alliance sTudios 6 & 7
B. 169th Street (Barret Rd)
"Sunday night music 4-6:30 every week"
Beach 116th St (at Beach Channel Drive)
"Excellent place to come to meditate..."
Gantry Plaza State Park
474 48th Ave (at Center Blvd.)
"This park is a winner. Absolutely gorgeous view of the city skyline. Just an outstanding and lovely place to be. You will be in awe and amazed."
Socrates Sculpture Park
3205 Vernon Blvd (at Broadway)
"Love this park😃. It's clean and pretty!! not overly crowded."
Jacob Riis Park
1 Rockaway Beach Blvd. (at Beach 149th St.)
"A secret gem.🌅. This is our go-to beach.. 🌟It's a lot quieter if you head on over by the pitch & putt side. (Once you pay to get into the parking lot, go allllll the way to the left)🌟"
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