The National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy is a public-private partnership with the National Parks of New York Harbor and sanctioned as its primary partner under a U.S. Department of the Interior General Agreement. With nearly 27,000 acres, the National Park Service is one of the largest caretakers, public or private, on the waterfront, hosting approximately 20 million visitors annually -- four million of whom visit through Lower Manhattan to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
Their Mission: to create for the people an unrivaled vehicle to preserve the environment, promote economic development and create on New York Harbor, the finest urban waterfront recreation and educational park system in the world.
Did You Know?
Critical habitat in New York City? Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge supports a diversity of wildlife and is a critical stop for migrating birds on the Atlantic Flyway. The Refuge is one of 23 unique destinations within the National Parks of New York Harbor. More...