Croton Point Park Photos - Pics in New York City 2002 - Page 2

Walking along towards the welcoming center of Croton Point Park. No Swimming unless Lifeguard on Duty Sign within Croton Park.
It's highly recommended that your arrival at Croton Point Park be made by car rather than by train since the trek is so lengthy. Photo above on the left is of the walk beyond the bridge. We're still not at the welcoming center.
From the right side photo it's obvious that swimming is allowed as long as a lifeguard is present. Also available within the park's grounds are boat launches, cabin rentals, camping and more but a permit might be required for such activities.

Photo pointing west from near the entrance of the park. Photo pointing East.
This large park which extends into the Hudson River feels more like an island since so much of it is surrounded by beach. Mind you, on the other side of the Hudson River and still within New York State is Rockland Lake State Park. Our visit was very surreal considering that we were the only ones on the entire span of the beach and well, throughout the rest of the parK? Very few folks if any were sighted. Naturally, one would think that Croton Point Park would be brimming with visitors during the peak season as well as on weekends.
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