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African Burial Ground National Monument, National Park Service
Allan H Treman State Marine Park, New York State Parks
Allegany State Park Quaker Area, New York State Parks
Allegany State Park Red House Area, New York State Parks
Almond Lake, US Army Corps of Engineers
Amagansett National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Anthony Wayne Recreation Area Harriman State Park, New York State Parks
Artpark State Park Earl W Brydges, New York State Parks
Battle Island State Park, New York State Parks
Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park, New York State Parks
Bayswater Point State Park, New York State Parks
Bear Mountain State Park, New York State Parks
Beaver Island State Park, New York State Parks
Beaver Pond Campgrounds Harriman State Park, New York State Parks
Belmont Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Bethpage State Park, New York State Parks
Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park, New York State Parks
Big Six Mile Creek Marina, New York State Parks
Blauvelt State Park, New York State Parks
Bonavista State Park Golf Course, New York State Parks
Bowman Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Brookhaven State Park, New York State Parks
Buckhorn Island State Park, New York State Parks
Burnham Point State Park, New York State Parks
Buttermilk Falls State Park, New York State Parks
Caleb Smith State Park Preserve, New York State Parks
Camp Hero State Park, New York State Parks
Canandaigua Lake State Marine Park, New York State Parks
Canoe Picnic Point State Park, New York State Parks
Captree State Park, New York State Parks
Castle Clinton National Monument, National Park Service
Castle Clinton National Monument, named for Dewitt Clinton the Mayor of NYC, was a fully armed and staffed fort constructed to defend New York Harbor, although it never fired upon the enemy during the War of 1812. It was changed from a fort to an immigrant landing depot for approximately 34 years.
Catharine Valley Trail, New York State Parks
Caumsett State Historic Park, New York State Parks
Cayuga Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Cedar Island State Park, New York State Parks
Cedar Point State Park, New York State Parks
Chenango Valley State Park, New York State Parks
Cherry Plain State Park, New York State Parks
Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network, National Park Service
Chimney Bluffs State Park, New York State Parks
Chittenango Falls State Park, New York State Parks
Clark Reservation State Park, New York State Parks
Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve, New York State Parks
Cold Spring Harbor State Park, New York State Parks
Coles Creek State Park, New York State Parks
Conesus Lake Boat Launch, New York State Parks
Connetquot River State Park Preserve, New York State Parks
Conscience Point National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Cumberland Bay State Park, New York State Parks
Darien Lakes State Park, New York State Parks
De Veaux Woods State Park, New York State Parks
Deans Cove Boat Launch, New York State Parks
Delta Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Devil's Hole State Park, New York State Parks
Dewolf Point State Park, New York State Parks
East River State Park, New York State Parks
East Sidney Lake, US Army Corps of Engineers
Eel Weir State Park, New York State Parks
Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, National Park Service
The only National Historic Site dedicated to a First Lady, Val-Kill, her home on the Hundson River, welcomes the visitor as Mrs. Roosevelt welcomed her many guests.
Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Ellis Island National Monument, National Park Service
Between 1892 and 1954, approximately 12 million steerage and third class steamship passengers who entered the United States through the port of New York were legally and medically inspected at Ellis Island.
Ellis Island Part of Statue of Liberty National Monument, National Park Service
Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor, National Park Service
The Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor covers 524 miles in Upstate New York. This waterway played a key role in turning New York City into a preeminent center for commerce, industry, and finance.
Evangola State Park, New York State Parks
Fahnestock State Park, New York State Parks
Fahnestock Winter Park, New York State Parks
Fair Haven Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Federal Hall National Memorial, National Park Service
26 Wall Street was the site of New York City's City Hall. The First Congress met in the Federal Hall, and wrote the Bill of Rights, and George Washington was inaugurated here as President on April 30, 1789.
Fillmore Glen State Park, New York State Parks
Fire Island National Seashore, National Park Service
Pristine ocean shores, an ancient maritime forest, legacies of lighthouse keepers, and the historic estate of William Floyd are just a few of the recreational, natural, and cultural resources of Fire Island National Seashore.
Fort Niagara State Park, New York State Parks
Fort Stanwix National Monument, National Park Service
Fort Stanwix is where our shared heritage comes alive everyday, and explore the sights, sounds, smells and feel of the 18th century. Discover how people endured harsh lives along the Oneida Carrying Place, the superhighway of the 18th century, and directly contributed to the American victory at Saratoga and westward expansion through New York s gateway to the west.
Four Mile Creek State Park, New York State Parks
Franklin D Roosevelt State Park, New York State Parks
Gantry Plaza State Park, New York State Parks
Gateway National Recreation Area, National Park Service
Gateway NRA is a 26,000 acre recreation area located in the heart of the New York metropolitan area.
General Grant National Memorial, National Park Service
This memorial to Ulysses S. Grant, victorious Union commander of the Civil War, includes the tomb of General Grant and his wife, Julia Dent Grant. During the Civil War, Grant's tenacity and boldness led to victories in the Battles of Vicksburg and Chattanooga and Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox. A grateful nation twice elected Grant to serve as President of the United States
Gilbert Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Gilgo State Park, New York State Parks
Glimmerglass State Park, New York State Parks
Golden Hill State Park, New York State Parks
Goosepond Mountain State Park, New York State Parks
Govenors Island National Monument, National Park Service
In 1652, Governors Island, located a half-mile from Manhattans southern tip, was reserved as a private estate for New Amsterdams Dutch governors and also for New Yorks English governors.
Grafton Lakes State Park, New York State Parks
Grass Point State Park, New York State Parks
Green Lakes State Park, New York State Parks
Hallock State Park Preserve, New York State Parks
Hamilton Grange National Memorial, National Park Service
Hamilton Grange National Memorial preserves the home of founding father Alexander Hamilton. This house was completed in 1802 and named "The Grange" after the Hamilton family's ancestral home in Scotland, but served as his home for only two years. On July 11, 1804, Hamilton was fatally wounded in a duel with his political rival Aaron Burr.
Hamlin Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Harriet Hollister Spencer State Recreation Area, New York State Parks
Harriman State Park, New York State Parks
Heckscher State Park, New York State Parks
Hempstead Lake State Park, New York State Parks
High Tor State Park, New York State Parks
Highland Lakes State Park, New York State Parks
Hither Hills State Park, New York State Parks
Home Of Franklin D Roosevelt National Historic Site, National Park Service
The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site contains "Springwood", the lifelong home of America's only 4-term President.
Honeoye Lake Boat Launch State Park, New York State Parks
Hudson Highlands State Park, New York State Parks
Hudson River Islands State Park, New York State Parks
Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area, National Park Service
Irondequoit Bay State Marine Park, New York State Parks
Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Jacques Cartier State Park, New York State Parks
James Baird State Park, New York State Parks
Jones Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Joseph Davis State Park, New York State Parks
Keewaydin State Park, New York State Parks
Keuka Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Knox Farm State Park, New York State Parks
Kring Point State Park, New York State Parks
Lake Erie State Park, New York State Parks
Lake Superior State Park, New York State Parks
Lake Taghkanic State Park, New York State Parks
Lake Tiorati Beach Harriman State Park, New York State Parks
Lake Welch Beach Harriman State Park, New York State Parks
Lakeside Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Letchworth State Park, New York State Parks
Lodi Point State Park, New York State Parks
Long Point State Park Finger Lakes, New York State Parks
Long Point State Park Thousand Islands, New York State Parks
Long Point State Park on Lake Chautauqua, New York State Parks
Lower East Side Tenement Museum National Historic Site, National Park Service
Macomb Reservation State Park, New York State Parks
Manhattan Sites, National Park Service
Mark Twain State Park and Soaring Eagles Golf Course, New York State Parks
Martin Van Buren National Historic Site, National Park Service
Martin Van Buren National Historic Site is found in Kinderhook, New York. The Eighth President of the United States, Martin Van Buren purchased the estate in 1839 during his Presidency
Mary Island State Park, New York State Parks
Max V Shaul State Park, New York State Parks
Mexico Point Boat Launch, New York State Parks
Midway State Park, New York State Parks
Mills Norrie State Park Margaret Lewis Norrie, New York State Parks
Mine Kill State Park, New York State Parks
Minnewaska State Park Preserve, New York State Parks
Montauk Downs State Park, New York State Parks
Montauk Point State Park, New York State Parks
Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Moreau Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area, US Army Corps of Engineers
National Parks of New York Harbor, National Park Service
Newtown Battlefield State Park, New York State Parks
Niagara Falls, National Park Service
Niagara Falls State Park, New York State Parks
Nissequogue River State Park, New York State Parks
Nyack Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Oak Orchard State Marine Park, New York State Parks
Ogden Mills and Ruth Livingston Mills State Park, New York State Parks
Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park, New York State Parks
Old Erie Canal State Historic Park, New York State Parks
Oquaga Creek State Park, New York State Parks
Orient Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Otis Pike Fire Island High Dune Wilderness, National Park Service
Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Park at the Fair, New York State Parks
Peebles Island State Park, New York State Parks
Pine Grove Boat Launch, New York State Parks
Pinnacle State Park and Golf Course, New York State Parks
Pixley Falls State Park, New York State Parks
Point Au Roche State Park, New York State Parks
Reservoir State Park, New York State Parks
Riverbank State Park, New York State Parks
Robert G Wehle State Park, New York State Parks
Robert H Treman State Park, New York State Parks
Robert Moses State Park Long Island, New York State Parks
Robert Moses State Park Thousand Islands, New York State Parks
Robert V Riddell State Park, New York State Parks
Roberto Clemente State Park, New York State Parks
Rockefeller State Park Preserve, New York State Parks
Rockland Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, National Park Service
Sagamore Hill was the home of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States, from 1885 until his death in 1919
Saint Pauls Church National Historic Site, National Park Service
This 18th-century church is one of New York's oldest parishes (1665-1980). The adjoining cemetery contains burials dating from 1704.
Sampson State Park, New York State Parks
Sandy Island Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Saratoga Lake State Boat Launch, New York State Parks
Saratoga National Historical Park, National Park Service
Site of the first significant American military victory during the Revolution, the Battles of Saratoga rank among the fifteen most decisive battles in world history. The park now comprises three separate units: the 4 square mile Battlefield in Stillwater, New York, the General Philip Schuyler House eight miles north in Schuylerville and the Saratoga Monument in the nearby village of Victory.
Saratoga Spa State Park, New York State Parks
Schodack Island State Park, New York State Parks
Schunnemunk State Park, New York State Parks
Seatuck National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Sebago Cabin Camp Harriman State Park, New York State Parks
Selkirk Shores State Park, New York State Parks
Seneca Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Shadmoor State Park, New York State Parks
Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Silver Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Silver Mine Harriman State Park, New York State Parks
Southwick Beach State Park, New York State Parks
St Lawrence State Park Golf Course, New York State Parks
State Park at the Fair, New York State Parks
Statue Of Liberty National Monument, National Park Service
Located in New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty was a gift of international friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States.
Sterling Forest State Park, New York State Parks
Stony Brook State Park, New York State Parks
Storm King State Park, New York State Parks
Sunken Meadow State Park Governor Alfred E Smith, New York State Parks
Taconic State Park Copake Falls Area, New York State Parks
Taconic State Park Rudd Pond Area, New York State Parks
Tallman Mountain State Park, New York State Parks
Target Rock National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Taughannock Falls State Park, New York State Parks
Thacher State Park John Boyd Thacher, New York State Parks
Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site, National Park Service
Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, lived at this site from his birth, until he was 14 years old. The reconstructed house contains five period rooms, two museum galleries and a bookstore.
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site, National Park Service
The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural NHS preserves the former Ansley Wilcox home, the scene of the inauguration on September 14th, 1901.
Thomas Cole National Historic Site, National Park Service
Thompsons Lake State Park, New York State Parks
Trail View State Park, New York State Parks
Two Rivers State Park Recreation Area, New York State Parks
Valley Stream State Park, New York State Parks
Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site, National Park Service
The Vanderbilt Estate in Hyde Park, New York is perhaps the best, most intact example of the types of estates constructed by wealthy industrialists in the 19th century.
Verona Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park, New York State Parks
Waterson Point State Park, New York State Parks
Watkins Glen State Park, New York State Parks
Wellesley Island State Park, New York State Parks
Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Westcott Beach State Park, New York State Parks
Whetstone Gulf State Park, New York State Parks
Whirlpool State Park, New York State Parks
Whitney Point, US Army Corps of Engineers
Wildwood State Park, New York State Parks
Wilson Tuscarora State Park, New York State Parks
Womens Rights National Historical Park, National Park Service
In the Wesleyan Chapel, the First Women's Rights Convention in American history was held. While women have achieved greater equality with the vote, property rights and education, the revolution continues throughout the world today. Find out how it all began at Women's Rights National Historical Park
Woodlawn Beach State Park, New York State Parks