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Exceptional National Parks in New York

Seema Nehete Aug 22, 2019
New York has over 20 Units of National Park Service System ranging from small to unknown to most iconic places in United States. They strive to maintain the beauty of these national assets. Apart from national parks the United States offers a few scenic natural parks.

Fire Island

It's a thin Atlantic Ocean barrier island off the southern shore of Long Island, New York.

Federal Hall

Federal Hall is place where the first president George Washington took his oath and now the building serves as a museum featuring items associated with George Washington's inauguration, the Bill of Rights and old Federal Hall.

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Castle Clinton

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It’s a circular sandstone fort located in Battery Park, Manhattan, New York.

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General Grant National Memorial

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It's the final resting place of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President of the United States, and his wife, Julia Dent Grant.

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Statue of Liberty

The universal symbol of freedom and democracy.

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Bear Mountain State Park

Spread over the land of 5,205-acre this park is located on the west side of Hudson River Rockland County, New York.

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There are many recreational activities that you can indulge into like biking, hiking, boating, picnicking, swimming, cross-country skiing, cross-country running, sledding and ice skating.

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Adirondack Park

This place has a huge array of lakes, rivers and wetlands. Adirondack Park is famous for the scenic view of fall foliage and forested mountains.