Since its initial opening in 1704, the cemetery next to the Eastchester village green has served as a symbol of American freedom.
Take out your gloves and play some tight baseball or softball.
For both parents and children, there are two full-sized basketball courts and a playground available for visitors.
Given that parishioners' horse rings are still conspicuously displayed on it, it is a relic.
It offers a quarterly calendar of activities and programming to keep you entertained.
It's a wonderful setting for some quality time together with your pet.
With 23 acres to explore, it is an utopia that is endlessly enjoyable.