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The land of Kingston Point Park has a long and intriguing history, beginning in 1897, Kingston Point has been a "must see" for visitors for over 100 years, with its beautiful views
Created by the Urban Cultural Parks System in 1984, the West Strand Park offers various amenities for visitors while showcasing the beautiful Rondout Creek.
Loughran Park has been used for recreation since the mid 1930's and is home to Kingston's only municipal baseball field which is used by many youth and adult leagues in Kingston.
Academy Green has one of the greatest histories of all Kingston's parks. On July 15, 1660 on this site, Governor Peter Stuyvesant negotiated a peace treaty between the early settlers and the local Esopus Indians.
Built in 1973, the Andretta Pool, a six lane, twenty five meter pool, is Kingston's only public pool and was made possible with funds from the Andretta Family and the State of New York.
Cornell Park is named after one of Kingston richest and well known citizens, Thomas Cornell, owner of the Cornell Steamboat Company.
Hasbrouck Park, Kingston's first "official" downtown park which opened in 1920, is one of Kingston's larger parks at 45 acres.
Through very humble beginnings in the 1920's, Block Park has become a mecca for softball and family outings in downtown Kingston.
Hutton Park was donated to the City of Kingston in 1937. Most of the improvements to the park were created during the late 1930's through WPA projects.
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