Bicentennial Park

Situated between Route 120 (Quaker St.) and Douglas Road
Chappaqua, NY 10514

History: Created in 1975 from dredged material from Duck Pond. Given new name after Country's 200th birthday.

Type:
Passive

Amenities: Pond, bridge and dam (both reconstructed after 1999 Hurricane Floyd) with waterfall, two picnic benches, three benches and trash container, sculpture and time capsule. Lawn area with gravel area. 9/11 Memorial being planned for site. Waterfall blocks out some of the adjacent road noise.

Site: 1.9 acres.

Use: Primarily used by neighboring residents as passive park. No heavy use.

Location:
Situated between Route 120 (Quaker St.) and Douglas Road, ¼ mile from the New Castle Train Station and downtown.
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