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TOMPKINS SQUARE PARK, corner of Avenue A and 10th Street in Manhattan. By train, the L, N, Q, R, W, or #4, 5, or 6 trains to 14th Street, Union Square, will put you in close proximity. You can then take the #6 to Astor place and walk east to Avenue A, or walk east from 14th Street to Avenue A and then south to 10th street. By car, take the FDR Drive to Houston Street and drive west approximately four blocks to Avenue A and turn right. Drive north to 10th street. Or, you can ride your bike. Represent!

CUNNINGHAM PARK, North Trails. PLEASE PRINT THE LOCAL STREET AND TRAILS MAPS IN THE DIRECTIONS QUICK DOWNLOADS. By train, take the E, J, or Z trains to Jamaica Center, OR take the 7 train to Flushing/Main Street, OR take the F train to 179th Street/Jamaica, OR take LIRR to the Bayside or Hollis stops. Use the Local Street Map and Trails Map in the Directions quick links to the right for additional direction afterwards. Use the map to get to 210th Street and 67th Avenue entrance, or Francis Lewis Blvd. and approximately 67th Avenue entrance (both entrances are just North of 73rd Avenue.) Follow Green/Easy Trails signs to Ringer Trails downhill jump section and pump track. By car, LIE (495) to Exit 27, Clearview Expressway south (Interstate 295) to 73rd Avenue Exit. Turn left onto 73rd and then left at 210th Street. Drive to intersection of 210th street and Irwin Altman street and park there. Or, you can ride your bike. Represent!

More info on the Cunningham can be had here and Tompkins can be found here

Download directions to Tompkins Square Park, Cunningham Park and the King of New York

Tompkins Square Local Map

Cunningham Park Local Map


For those coming in from out of town, if you don't have a hook-up in the New York City metro area there are a bunch of different options for hotel accommodations. From youth hostels to five-star and everything in between, you can find something for as little as $60 per night - the quality of the bed and proximity to the city is up to you. Our suggestion would be to make it a vacation while you're here. It's New York City, you're gonna have a good time!

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