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Oakland Gardens, NY

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Oakland Gardens Apartments


88-25 153rd Street
Beds: Studio-2
Baths: 1


87-50 167th Street
Beds: Studio-2
Baths: 1


195th Street LLC
Beds: Studio-2
Baths: 1


The Opal
Beds: 1-3
Baths: 1-2


$1725 Two bedroom in Jamaica-186-05 Hillside Ave.
Beds: 2
Baths: 2


$1300 studio in Little Neck-4727 Little Neck Pkwy
Beds: 1
Baths: 1

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Alley Pond Park

Oakland Gardens locals are lucky to have a park almost the size of their entire neighborhood right next door. Alley Pond Park is a wooded park with many interesting geological features that are characteristic of the natural environment of the area, such as wetlands, tidal flats, and forestland. The park has many things to enjoy, like a high ropes adventure course, the Alley Pond Park Adventure Program where local kids can learn outdoor skills, and a suite of baseball diamonds. Top all this off with playgrounds, barbecue pits, and picnic areas, and you can easily see the park's benefit to Oakland Gardens.

Queensborough Communi

The people of Oakland Gardens can easily supplement their schoolwork or get a great education outright at Queensborough Community College, one of the City University of New York schools. The college is one of the most diverse in the country and offers associate degrees in a wide variety of liberal arts and science specialties, not to mention no shortage of professional certifications. The college also has a number of transfer programs designed to boost students up to four-year college speed while letting them get required courses out of the way for a much cheaper price.

Queens County Farm Mu

While it is easy to think of New York City and the surrounding boroughs as the very epitome of urban living, the Queens County Farm Museum helps remind visitors that the area's history is also one of farming and a deep connection to the land. The museum is a functioning farm on New York City's largest remaining tract of farmland, not to mention the longest farmed site in the entire state. Visitors to the museum can see numerous historic farm buildings, view exhibits about agricultural history, and see how sustainable agriculture operates in real time.