Office of Borough President James P. Molinaro
Staten Island, New York
Staten Island's revived beach and boardwalk areas offer tons of summer fun.
North Shore parks offer ballfields, golf and a model yacht pond.
With three sites on Staten Island, the Gateway National Recreation Area offers a variety of recreational opportunities.
Covering over 2,500 acres, the Greenbelt is Staten Island's largest park.
Three new fishing piers on Staten Island offer plenty of opportunities for fishing.
This 147-acre park is home to the blue heron bird, which the park is named for.
Site of a 1776 peace conference between representatives of the Continental Congress and the Commander of British Forces during the Revolutionary War.
A 105-acre park with a marina is also the site of New York City's only purple martin colony.
A 170 acre wooded parkland, with 20 acres set aside for swimming, rowboating, and daytime freshwater fishing.
Staten Island's newest park includes new ballfields and scenic waterways.
A spectacular waterfront property featuring important wildlife habitats and stunning vistas from the highest natural bluffs in New York City
The 260-plus-acre park holds a mixture of swamps, bogs, ponds, sand barrens, mature woodlands and spring fed streams.
Three public golf courses, four public pools, and a number of tennis courts are available to Staten Islanders and visitors.