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List of National Parks in New York
Saratoga National Historical Park
3,392 acres (13.73 km2)
Jun 1, 1938
Stillwater, Saratoga County, New York, USA
Women's Rights National Historical Park
6.83 acres (27,600 m2)
Dec 28, 1980
Seneca County, New York, USA
Fire Island National Seashore
19,579 acres (79.23 km2)
Sep 11, 1964
Fire Island, New York, USA
Gateway National Recreation Area
26,607 acres (10,767 ha)
Oct 27, 1972
New York and New Jersey, United States
New York National Parks
The Map of New York National Parks highlights the location of various towns and cities where the historical sites and recreation centers of the state are situated. Gateway National Recreation Area,
North Country National Scenic Trail, Governors Island National Monument, Ellis Island National Monument, Appalachian National Scenic Trail and Federal Hall National Memorial are some of the prominent national parks of New York. Appalachian National Scenic Trail of New York is spread over a total area of 2175 miles. Founded in 1921, this national park offers the tourists a scope for adventure sports like hiking. The Federal Hall National Memorial of New York is famous for being the site where the first President of United States of America, George Washington, took his solemn pledge.
Also, this Memorial houses offices of Supreme Court and Executive Branches. Gateway National Recreation Area is situated in New Jersey and is known for many educational programs and leisure time activities such as boating, angling, bicycling and swimming, among others. North Country National Scenic Trail of the state is famous for its picturesque landscape, historical antecedents and cultural legacies of the ancient times.
The New York State Map is also a significant indicator of several popular national parks of the place.