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Staten Island - Wolfe's Pond Park

Holton Ave., Chisolm St., Luten Ave., Arbutus Ave. and Raritan Bay

As one of Staten Island's largest parks, Wolfe's Pond Park wears many different hats.  To some, it is a beautiful beach.  To others, it is a wildlife and plant preserve.  To still others, it is a recreation area with space to run, jump, and climb.  Choose Wolfe's Pond Park, and choose your own adventure!



Reviews

أيمن سليمان

Rating:
Sunday, April 1, 2018
One of the nicer parks on the island that offers plenty of space, play grounds ، trails, and sort of a beach. If fishing is your thing then the pond offer varieties of species to spend your Sunday chasing The park, however, has some flaws. The facilities are not adequate and in a dire need of renovation. BBQ is a hassle now they removed the built-in grills and the fire bins nowhere to be found and do not plan on much of swimming but I guess this to be expected anyway. This is not Florida All in all, very nice place for families and kids. Just arrive early for the best spots especially on summer weekends or holidays and bring your own EVERYTHING , grill to toilet papers to washing water

Maria Ioshpa

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Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018
A lot of large friendly dogs with a good sized place to run. a few picnic tables. Bags if I forget mine. There are great views of the beach and nearby amenities include tennis courts, a roller hockey rink, and, most importantly toilets!! A lovely place

Anthony

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Thursday, April 5, 2018
Looks like they are still doing work here. Until the work is done I wouldn't really come here. Doesn't seem very people friendly yet.

Ali Tawbeh

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Monday, Feb. 19, 2018
Very beatifyl park. I went there in summer we enjoyed playing basketball football tennis... and we had a swim

bill murphy

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Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017
Beautiful park covered in Turd! Turds on the paved walks. Turds filled the grass lawns. Turds on the cement pads along the beach rails. So very sad that the park is used as a huge toilet.

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