Greenbelt Nature Center

700 Rockland Avenue
718-351-3450

The Greenbelt Nature Center, opened in 2004, is a stunning 5,440-square-foot stone and brick building that stands in harmony with its natural surroundings. Here, visitors can interact with the state-of-the-art Richmond County Savings Foundation Exhibits. The Nature Center is also the place to hike with a Greenbelt naturalist; attend a lecture, environmental education program, or parent and child workshop, or a yoga class.


Reviews

Emily Singh

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

This park is simply amazing. The workers at the visitor center are friendly and full of wonderful information. The park itself is a relaxing Haven on Staten Island. There are quite a few trails which lead through breezy forests and lush golf courses. I'm sure the fall colors here must be gorgeous. The trails and walking paths are well maintained and not at all crowded. All trails are dog friendly and there is even a water dish at the visitor center. Great park! I will be returning for another visit and walk through nature.

Jennifer Diorio

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Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017

I love the trails in the greenbelt! I can spend hours out here exploring with my pup!

Samuel Daetwyler

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Friday, Sep. 29, 2017

Hiking in the greenbelt is the best. Very peaceful nice place. You most likely will end up seeing deers

Brian Granoff

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Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017

Love this place. My nature hiking retreat 20 minutes away from my hood in Brooklyn

Dale Sandler

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Sunday, Sep. 3, 2017

One of the loveliest spots in New York City. You don't have to go out of New York to feel like your in the Subberbs.