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East 110th Street Playground


The East 110th Street Playground

 

Located near the north shore of the Harlem Meer, Central Park's northernmost playground has been completely rebuilt by the Conservancy in 2013 as part of the Conservancy’s Plan for Play initiative. Featuring the latest in playground design, the space offers beautiful views of the Meer, rock outcroppings, and distant hills. The Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, a visitor center, is adjacent to the playground and offers additional recreational opportunities. Fishing poles are available for children and adults to borrow for catch-and-release fishing in the Meer.

Age Group:
School-age

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The Playground Partners program was founded in 1991 to improve Central Park playgrounds. Funds raised go directly towards the preservation, care, and daily inspection of these cherished play spaces.

Additional Information

What: Playground
For: Families
Near: North End

Location

East 110th Street at Lenox Avenue

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