Fort Totten Park
Park, Harbor / Marina, Track
- Dive in! Fort Totten Pool is home to one of the city's few outdoor public diving boards.
- sex central after 9PM!
- The intrepid explore inside the crumbling officer's quarters but also look out for what the soldiers carved into the walls of the forts. See more at:
- They're pretty good about filming permits here, nice location to shoot in!
- Peer across the Long Island Sound through stately Civil War-era structures.
- Great playground with big & little kid structures -- but a long walk uphill to get to it!
- As of 5/23/2011, Fort Totten Park, along with all other NYC parks, beaches, and pedestrian plazas, is smoke-free! Learn more at www.nycsmokefree.org.
- Do the tour!! Appreciate the history. Beautiful walls for photography. Tunnels and canons.
- No parking in Fort Totten; go find street parking in Bay Terrace before heading over.
- The Fort Totten Pool employees are rude, disrespectful and extremely ghetto. They (men and women) STARE at women and young girls and use profanity loudly and carelessly. It is also very crowded.
- Fresh air, the water, the bridge, all good!
- This pool is disgusting!!!! Went there once, and caught pink eye. Not only that, it's over crowded and the lines are horrible. Not worth it, even if it's free.
- One of the best kept secrets in Queens
- Take your pups to the park .....that's where I'm headed in 30 min..
- Don't forget to try Carl's food...
- Solid as a Rock : Explore the nineteenth-century fortress that helped protect New York Harbor from possible naval attack and learn about the history of Willets Point.
- nice place to bike ride
- Don't even think about parking in the small lot directly adjacent to the dock and boat ramp. There's undercover tow trucks that look like ordinary pickup trucks. You won't even know it happened.
- Smoke blunts on the rocks!
- The park was named after the fortress from Civil War times.