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Queens – Astoria Park

Astoria Park is a wonderful resource for Queens runners and those Manhattanites willing to cross the Triborough Bridge. You’ll experience the wonderful view of the city skyline and Triborough Bridge and the ambiance that park running provides. In addition, there is Queens’ largest public swimming pool, which was host to the Olympic Trials in 1936 and 1964. If you’re interested in a track workout, Astoria Park houses a 400 meter all-weather track located on the south side of the park. Access is via the N or Q trains to Astoria Blvd Station.

We’ve mapped a 3.2 mile out and back from Astoria Blvd Station to the park and along the waterfront path. You can make it a ~4-miler by adding some of the park’s interior paths.

Essentials
  • 3.2 mile loop
  • Flat
  • Start: Astoria Blvd Station
  • Access is via the N or Q trains to Astoria Blvd Station

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Essentials
  • 3.2 mile loop
  • Flat
  • Start: Astoria Blvd Station
  • Access is via the N or Q trains to Astoria Blvd Station