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Fort Totten

Cross Island Parkway, Bayside, NY 11359
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Ft. Totten and Little Neck Bay - a Delightful Day Trip

Every so often my brother and I take the bus from the Auburndale/Bayside area to Ft. Totten to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
JoyChristena
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Brooklyn, New York
weekend stroll in the sun

the sun was shining my wife and i were both off and fancied a stroll went to fort totten and what a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
tony t
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Whitestone, New York
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Cross Island Parkway, Bayside, NY 11359
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Every so often my brother and I take the bus from the Auburndale/Bayside area to Ft. Totten to stroll around this historic and interesting place. From there we are right near Little Neck Bay and follow the path along the Bay headed back towards the...More

Thank JoyChristena
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the sun was shining my wife and i were both off and fancied a stroll went to fort totten and what a hidden paradise, great buildings with historic values manicured lawns great paths spent an entire afternoon just walking around

Thank tony t
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

Long very former military installation on bayside bay. A little curly looking place that still has the old time airs and is well kept

Thank Allan S
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Wonderful history laden place. Self guided tours every Sunday. The fort was built in the 1850s to protecr the East River and entrance to New York harbor.

Thank Gosling
Reviewed 2 August 2017

New York has a set of historic forts built in the 19th century to guard the multiple naval entrances to the city. Most have been abandoned and allowed to decay. Fort Totten was built to guard the East River entrance from Long Island Sound; the...More

Thank Forest-Hills-Cynic
Reviewed 20 July 2017

walking around the grounds is just beautiful. exploring the nooks and crannys of this old fort is well worth the visit

Thank debe c
Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

You can walk or bike around Fort Totten, along the water front, or just sit at one of the benches stare at the beauty ofThrogs Neck bridge. A nice way to spend a few hours when the weather is nice.

Thank Alison C
Reviewed 11 April 2017

I've been here twice in the past week and really enjoyed walking around looking at the old buildings. Unfortunately, some of the old buildings didn't receive any upkeep and are collapsing. There are softball & soccer fields, people jogging. I didn't see any dogs, don't...More

Thank AsISeeThem
Reviewed 24 February 2017

As a local I visit Fort Totten a good amount every year. One of my favorite places to ride my bike or just have a relaxing walk, plus there parking which always is convenient.

1  Thank evanschwartz102
Reviewed 22 February 2017

clean, peaceful .... No one bothers you. Went for a walk by myself. Walk around by the water and it was clean also. I have a place to go to if I want to think

Thank kingofqueens2017
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poochiepalermo
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Response from AsISeeThem | Reviewed this property |
I've never seen anyone BBQing in Fort Totten & I've never seen any BBQs located around the park while in there but I did find this phone number so that you can call and ask. Northeast Queens Administrators Office : (718... More
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