Most of those living in Staten Island, especially in neighborhoods such as Castleton Corners, Sunnyside, Westerleigh, Sunset Hill, and West Brighton, know of Clove Lakes Park. This park which runs from Forest Avenue to Victory Boulevard, serves a variety of recreational activities for people within the area, as well as people who may not live in the area and are looking for something to do. Whether you enjoy running, biking, basketball, fishing, the playground, or even taking your dog for a casual walk, Clove Lakes Park has it all.
History of the Park:
The name for Clove Lakes Park derived from the Dutch word "kloven", meaning cleft. The cleft they were referring to is the valley and brook between Emerson and Grymes hill. About 20,000 years ago the…
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