Station BR-SWS-21

Bronx Muskrat Cove 2

Muskrat Cove Park is a slender riparian park that dead ends just south of Wakefield Avenue. Named for the population of muskrats that call the park home, this is the northernmost park in the Bronx, and straddles the border between Bronx County and Westchester County. This site is located just north of the Nereid Avenue bridge where the HP-626 stormwater pipe empties into the Bronx River. Access to the site is possible by entering the park near the Metro-North’s Woodlawn station and walking north along the greenway; the stormwater pipe is adjacent to the informational sign alongside the greenway. CAUTION: This pipe is known to release untreated sewage. Never make contact with the water at this site.

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LA: -73.86000000


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