Firemen's Park Whiteman St & Gerome Ave, Fort Lee, NJ07024 This small, peaceful park, located in a largely residential neighborhood, is a great place for a short stroll or a quiet…More picnic. The park has plenty of tables and benches, swings and a modest collection of playground equipment. Fireman's Park is dedicated to the volunteer firemen of Fort Lee, and its moving monument welcomes park visitors along Whiteman Street. The wading pool in the center of the park is by permit only, but enjoying the ample shade of the park's tall trees in summer and the changing colors of their leaves in autumn are free.
Park's Valet 1265 15th St, Fort Lee, NJ07024 This is the valet company for Chariton. Park's Valet offers full-service car parking management for all facilities and…More venues, including hospitals, hotels, restaurants, ski resorts, sporting events, shopping centers and casinos. They have many years of experience in valet parking service, and the extra attention to detail separates them from other parking management companies.
Whitey Lang Park Anderson Ave & Inwood Ter, Fort Lee, NJ07024 Nestled in a quiet residential zone, the two and a half acre Whitey Lang Park features a colorful playground, an outdoor…More skateboard park, a full size basketball court, a shaded picnic area and plenty of park benches. In addition, the picturesque park sits next to the Fort Lee American Little League field.
Park Court 2017 Hudson Ter, Fort Lee, NJ07024 Park Court is located about one block from the George Washington Bridge. The Complex is across the street from a park…More and is accessible from both Hudson Terrace and Bigler Street. Parking can be found in a lot next to the building and each tenant gets one spot. Park Court has five stories plus a lower level which is accessed with a key given to residents. For more information, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
Monument Park occupies a square in the center of downtown Fort Lee on Palisade Avenue, adjacent to the Fort Lee…More Museum, and bordered by Angioletti Place and Parker Ave. The park, in the shadows of some of Fort Lee's many high-rise apartment buildings, is ringed by trees and cobblestone pathways from each of the park's corners lead to its centerpiece: a monument to the soldiers of the American Revolution.
The sculpture depicts two soldiers—one with a gun, the other with a flag—peering into the distance from atop two heavy boulders. A time capsule sits at the foot of the monument and is supposed to be opened at a Bicentennial celebration in 2104. Benches along the park's four pathways provide the opportunity to reflect on Fort Lee's historical past. Each corner entrance features a series of plaques dedicated to American Generals and one dedicated to Thomas Paine.
According to the Borough of Fort Lee, Monument Park was built and dedicated in 1908 by the Daughters of the American Revolution and is the only park in the United States dedicated to the soldiers of the American Revolution. The park was part of the Continental Army's Fort Constitution under the leadership of George Washington.
Park & Ahn 2160 N Central Rd, Fort Lee, NJ07024 Park & Ahn is a certified public accounting firm. The firm serves both individual and business clients. For more…More information, call the number provided.