Van Cortlandt Park’s Northeast Kingdom, touching upon the Indian Massacre by the British in 1778

Van Cortlandt Park’s Northeast Kingdom, touching upon the Indian Massacre by the British in 1778

Saturday, January 4, 2020 - 10:45am

 

Joint Walk with the Urban Trail Conference.  Meet in either of two locations in the Bronx:  the final stop at Woodlawn of IRT #4 (10:45 am) or the NW corner of the Parking Lot at the Shandler Recreation Area (11:00 am).  Moderate walk, approximately 6 miles, can be muddy, portions will be hilly.

Please bring food & water.  History, birds, botany and beauty may be anticipated. We will return to the starting points. 

BY RESERVATION ONLY: Sara Kelsey, saraakelsey@gmail.com or text @646-303-1448.

 

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Van Cortland Park

Van Cortlandt Park — more than a thousand acres atop the ridges and valleys of the northwest Bronx — is New York City's third largest park. Playing fields and playgrounds are scattered about the park's edges, surrounding a richly forested heartland fed by Tibbets Brook.