Sandy Hook's False Tip Closed
The false tip area of Sandy Hook is closed due to safety concerns while the Army Corps of Engineers continues their dredging operations.
Gateway is proud to serve such a diverse and exciting urban area. We want you to join us at park programs and events. We also want you to know how the park preserves Gateway's historic, natural and recreational resources through innovative efforts and public-private partnerships. Check this section for press releases and media advisories to learn the latest about how this park manages over 26,000 acres of land and water in New York and New Jersey.
NPS PHOTO by Linda Canzanelli
Out of the Gateway, our quarterly park newsletter
Get to know Gateway inside and out. Four times a year, Out of the Gateway highlights the work by our terrific employees, volunteers, interns and partner organizations in making park areas in Sandy Hook, Jamaica Bay and Staten Island safer, cleaner and more appealing for all visitors. Check out the innovative work being done at America's first urban national park. Park newsletters are available as both high quality and email size PDF files. Check out any issue from June 2011 onward.
Photo by Sebastiano Privitera, Volunteer-in-Parks
State of the Park Reports
These annual reports showcase Gateway's natural, cultural and recreational resources as well as the contibuting efforts and achievements of park staff, volunteers, friends and partners. (NOTE: Reports are high quality PDF files. They will take a few minutes to download.)
Did You Know?
At approximately 32 square miles and over 13000 acres, Jamaica Bay is the largest natural open space in New York City.