Niagara Falls
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Niagara Falls, New York 

Parks

Hyde Park 

 
 

Hyde Park is the largest urban park in the city of Niagara Falls, occupying 580 acres (235 hectares) of green open space. The park was the brainchild of Charles B. Hyde, the owner of a paper company located along Hyde Park Boulevard. Hyde died in 1921 and willed a large piece of land to the city, to be converted into a park for recreation with additional land later donated by the Niagara Falls Power Company. In the 1930s, a dam was built across Gill Creek and created Hyde Park Lake over a swampland. Hyde Park today is located at the corner of Hyde Park Boulevard in the west and Pine Avenue in the south. 

Hyde Park, Niagara Falls (New York State)

Lake at Hyde Park by Buffalutheran

Known as the “Jewel of Niagara Falls”, Hyde Park is popular with the city’s residents and away from the hordes of tourists at Niagara Falls State Park. There are areas of Hyde Park occupied by grass covered lawns, tree cover, rose gardens, and a large lake annually stocked with trout. There are playgrounds for kids, fishing docks, picnic grounds and pavilions, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and a wading pool. The park also features fields for bocce, lawn bowling, tennis, baseball, and home to two 9-hole and an 18-hole golf course.

Location:  4343 Porter Rd, Niagara Falls, NY 14305-3325

Website:  Niagara Falls City Government

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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