Macombs Dam Park was opened in 1899 when Bronx was mostly full of farms. The park is spread over 28 acres and includes fields ... More
Macombs Dam Park
Macombs Dam Park was opened in 1899 when Bronx was mostly full of farms. The park is spread over 28 acres and includes fields for football, soccer, baseball and a basket ball court too. When the park started, all it had were swings, slides, see-saws and sand boxes for different age groups. It became even more accessible in 1923 when the Yankee Stadium came-up next to it and became home to the Bronx heroes. The Babe Ruth Memorial Stadium nearby, further added to the facilities available at Macombs Dam Park.
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