• Get away to Gateway, where you can camp and stay healthy with heart-smart activities. Photo by Sebastiano Privitera; used by permission.

    Gateway

    National Recreation Area NY,NJ

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  • Sand Replenishment at Jacob Riis Park Beach

    Sand replenishment at Jacob Riis Park Beach has begun. During this project, sections of the beach will be closed to the public for their safety. Replenishment is expected to take up to two weeks.

Driving Directions to Staten Island Sites

Fort Wadsworth stands on the Staten Island side of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.

Fort Wadsworth stands on the Staten Island side of the Verrazano Bridge, across the Narrows from Brooklyn.

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Fort Wadsworth (718) 354-4500. For Google Maps of Fort Wadsworth, click here.

From the east:

  • Take Verrazano - Narrows Bridge from Brooklyn.
  • After toll, take the Bay Street exit to the park entrance.

From the west:

  • Take either the Goethals or Bayonne Bridge from New Jersey to the Staten Island Expressway (Interstate 278)
  • Staten Island Expressway (Interstate 278) east to the Lily Pond Ave. exit.
  • Turn left at the light and follow this road to Bay Street and the park entrance.

Miller Field, World War Veterans Park (718) 351-6970

  • Verrrazano Narrows Bridge from Brooklyn or the Goethals or Bayonne Bridges from New Jersey to the Staten Island Expressway (Interstate 278).
  • Take the Hylan Boulevard exit.
  • Proceed south on Hylan Boulevard.
  • Turn left on New Dorp Lane for Miller Field.

Great Kills Park (718) 987-6790

  • Verrrazano Narrows Bridge from Brooklyn or the Goethals or Bayonne Bridges from New Jersey to the Staten Island Expressway (Interstate 278).
  • Take the Hylan Boulevard exit.
  • Proceed south on Hylan Boulevard.
  • Turn left at the entrance to Great Kills Park.

Did You Know?

Women's Army Corps soldiers crossing out the

Did you know that Fort Hancock, unlike most Army posts during World War II, had a racially integrated unit? The 1225th Army Service Unit had African-American soldiers and in 1943 received a group from the Women's Army Corps. More...