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A very interesting place for a walk no pets allowed on Staten Island you can go hours and it’s next to all the industrial area.
Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve is a 265-acre nature preserve near the southwest shore of Staten Island. It contains...More
My first graders took a class trip to Clay Pit Ponds Preserve. It was the most amazing trip because of our guide, Emily. Our trip started in a classroom where the students were able to investigate how we use our senses with hands on centers...More
Our first trip to Clay Pit Ponds. We went for a maple syruping demonstration. A small group met at the CPPSPP Interpretation Center. Director Emily and SCA intern Ray first explained the process and history of gathering the tree sap. Then they led us out...More
Walking through the trails you’ll find many hidden patches within. One cool feature is the glacier cuts that still are visible. Walking within you are transported back in time and forget that you’re on the island.