Ozone Park, NY Summer Camps

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Marks JCH Summer Day Camp
7802 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11214  
Swimming, sport leagues, arts and
 
 
Camp Broadway - New York City
226 West 47th Street, Suite 900, New York, NY 10036  
 
 
Long Lake Camp Adventures
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199 Washington Avenue, New York, NY 10522  
ATVs horseback, paintball, wakeboarding tubing
 
 
Img Madden Football Camp At Randall’s Island, Ny
Randall’s Island, New York, NY 10035  
 
 
Img Baseball Camp At Randall’s Island, Ny
Randall’s Island, New York, NY 10035  
 

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About Ozone Park, NY

Ozone Park is a working class neighborhood located in the southwestern section of the New York City borough of Queens bordering Woodhaven, Richmond Hill, South Ozone Park, Howard Beach, and City Line, Brooklyn. Different parts of the neighborhood are covered by Queens Community Board 9 and 10. During the 1870s, an economic depression caused residents of New York City to look for better housing opportunities in the suburbs of Manhattan and Brooklyn where it would be cheaper. Two partners, Benjamin W. Hitchcock and Charles C. Denton, first began carving farmland into building lots. They were able to do this because of their wealth and substantial capital. Housing was first developed in the area after the Long Island Rail Road began service through the area in 1880 as part of its route from Long Island City to Howard Beach. Ozone Park was created and settled in 1882. The name "Ozone Park" was chosen to "lure buyers with the idea of refreshing breezes blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean to a park-like community." Ozone Park was considered the country to all those that lived in Manhattan. Ozone Park was also a very serene place to have loved ones rest in peace, in what was termed the country. Before the turn of the 20th century, there was an attempt to develop up to nine neighborhoods with...