Fresh Meadows, NY Summer Camps

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199 Washington Avenue, New York, NY 10522  
ATVs horseback, paintball, wakeboarding tubing
 
 
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Randall’s Island, New York, NY 10035  
 
 
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Randall’s Island, New York, NY 10035  
 
 
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Randall’s Island, New York, NY 10035  
 
 
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Randall’s Island, New York, NY 10035  
 

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About Fresh Meadows, NY

Fresh Meadows is a residential neighborhood in the northeastern section of the New York City borough of Queens. During the American Revolution General Benedict Arnold drilled his troops in the area, on the current location of M.S. 216. During the 19th century, Fresh Meadows was a farming community known as Black Stump. The name derives from the convention of defining property lines by placing blackened tree stumps at the edges of properties. A few such boundary markers are still visible in the undeveloped areas of Cunningham Park along 73rd Avenue. Until 2004, the neighborhood was home to Klein Farm, the last surviving commercial farm in New York City, located on 73rd Avenue between 194th and 195th Streets. Efforts by local residents and civic officials to see the farm reopen are currently under way. On September 20, 2011, the New York Daily News reported: "From the Art Deco marquee of the Utopia Theater to the marble interior of the Horn & Hardart restaurant, decades-old snapshots of Fresh Meadows have inspired two former residents to preserve local history in a new book Fresh Meadows....which is a part of Arcadia Publishing's 'Images of America' series." Click for Preview of Book " This pocket of northeastern Queens flourished in the 1940s and '50s centered on a housing development built for World War II veterans - a story that Fred Cantor and Debra Davidson chronicle in "Fresh Meadows."