Playing cricket at Van Cortlandt Park

Come Play in Van Cortlandt Park

Let’s take a taste of the great New York City melting pot at Van Cortlandt Park, where on a typical weekend people from all around the world come together to play. A crown jewel of The Bronx park system covering 1,146 acres at the end of the 1 train, the park is home to the country’s first public golf course, the oldest house in The Bronx, and the borough’s largest freshwater lake. Immigrants drawn to the world’s beacon of freedom play soccer and cricket on the Parade Ground where troops trained from The Revolution to World War 1.

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