A Uniquely Different
New York Experience

The southern most destination in New York State, Staten Island is home to almost 1/2 million residents. Referred to as the borough of parks, it has miles of beaches along its eastern shore and incredible beautiful views of New York Harbor and Raritan Bay. Four bridges connect the Island to New Jersey (Bayonne, Goethals and Outerbridge Crossing) and Brooklyn (Verrazano-Narrows, the longest suspension bridge in the US).

The Staten Island Ferry, a commuter ferry with 24/7 scheduled runs is world famous. Thousands of visitors ride the ferry to enjoy the views of New York Harbor, including the Statue of Liberty, Ellis and Governors Islands, the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines and the three East River Bridges. After the ferry ride.


What you need to know about getting around the Island:
Buses and the SI Railway meet you at the ferry terminal
MetroCards are accepted
See Island attractions See Staten Island attractions
Latest Staten Island events

Contact Cititrek (855-TOUR-NYC or info@cititrek) for walking, specialty and customized tours of Staten Island


Bicycle or walk on 4 miles of boardwalk or sandy beaches
Trek through the miles of hiking trails in the Greenbelt
Stroll along the tree-lined North Shore Esplanade
Ride the NY Wheel (expected opening date early 2017) Ride the NY Wheel (expected opening date early 2017) on Staten Island
Walk atop tons of NYC garbage
Spend a quiet afternoon exploring nature Nature Preserves Staten Island



Staten Island invites tourists and NYC residents to explore the city’s greenest borough – its cultural institutions, theatre, historic homes, woodland parks, 4 mile oceanfront boardwalk, ethnic neighborhoods, shops, restaurants and the Staten Island Yankees.   Reasonably priced hotel accommodations, some with shuttle service to the Staten Island Ferry.

To help plan your visit to the borough of parks, contact Cititrek Tour & Guide Services, 855-TOUR-NYC (868-7602), info@cititrek.com or click one of the following:

SINY-comprehensive listing of Staten Island sites
   comprehensive listing of Staten Island sites
Visit Staten Island-comprehensive listing of Staten Island sites Staten Island-comprehensive listing of Staten Island sites
NYC & Company – overview of some attractions
   NYC & Company for Staten Island
Historic House Trust, NYC Department of Parks – listing of historic houses managed by the NYC Department of Parks historic houses managed by the NYC Department of Parks Staten Island
Click Staten Island on the menu bar
Staten Island Parks Staten Island Parks
National Park Service, Staten Island sites
   National Park Service, Staten Island sites
Historic District Council/Staten Island
   Historic District Council/Staten Island
Staten Island 350th Anniversary Staten Island 350th Anniversary
Remembering old neighborhoods: Remembering old neighborhoods in Staten Island
Hotels and Bed and Breakfast Inns Hotels and Bed and Breakfast Inns in Staten Island
   More Hotels and Bed and Breakfast Inns in Staten Island
Staten Island Map Staten Island Map
Golf Courses Golf Courses on Staten Island


Call toll free 855-TOUR-NYC (868-7692)

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Staten Island a New York Treasure


A tradition in most urban areas is to identify the neighborhood in which you live. In Staten island, the communities are traditionally divided into four geographic SHORE locales - North, South, East and West. Typically, the more densely populated is the North Shore, a short walk or bus/railway ride to the ferry to Manhattan. The South is more suburban in character, with large tracts of woods close to one and two family homes. Along the East Shore are the beach communities, dominated by small one and two family homes. The more industrialized West Shore is ripe for development, with its shipping terminal, light manufacturing, warehouses, a former correctional facility soon to become a major movie studio and the former “garbage dump” being transformed into the Fresh Kills Park. And expect to find deer crossing signs on the Island’s highways.

Cititrek is proud to offer an array of Staten Island walking and specialty tours or customize any tour for your viewing pleasure.



Beaches (North-South):
NYC Park and National Park Service Beaches:
South*, Midland*, New Dorp, Cedar Grove*, Great Kills, Oakwood, Fox and Wolfe’s Pond Park*, Conference House Park.
* Swimming in protective areas with lifeguards



CHARLESTON / KREISCHERVILLE Charleston/Kreischerville, Staten Island

Arthur Kill Correctional Facility/Movie backlot
   Arthur Kill Correctional Facility/Movie backlot , Staten Island

   Rossville - Arthur Kill Road, Boat Graveyard, Staten Island




CLIFTON Clifton Staten Island

NEW BRIGHTON - Snug Harbor Cultural Center
   NEW BRIGHTON - Snug Harbor Cultural Center Staten Island Snug Harbor, Staten Island


ROSEBANK Rosebank, Staten Island

ST. GEORGE Real Estate on Staten Island Living on Staten Island

STAPLETON Mudlane society on Staten Island

WEST BRIGHTON-LIVINGSTON West Brighton-Livingston Staten Island


LIGHTHOUSE HILL, Jacques Marquis Tibetan Museum   Jacques Marquis Tibetan Museum Staten Island

LIGHTHOUSE Lighthouse, Staten Island

CRIMSON BEECH Crimson Beech, Staten Island

PLEASANT PLAINS, Mt Loretto Mt Loretto, Staten Island

RICHMOND, Historic Richmondtown Historic Richmondtown, Staten Island

ROSSVILLE, Sandy Ground Historical Society
   Sandy Ground Historical Society, Staten Island

TOTTENVILLE Tottenville, Staten Island Conference House
   Conference House, Tottenville, Staten Island

REFUND POLICY:  48 hours cancellation required for refund, $5-$10 surcharge applies.

*Tour release waiver is required

DISCLAIMER: Cititrek is not responsible for injuries that you might incur while on any tour including, health problems, personal injury, physical damage or property theft and damage.

Satten Island NYC Ferry, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Botanic Garden, Chinese Scholar's Garden, St. George, Richmontown, Tibetan Museum, Conference House, Alice Austen House, Fort Wadsworth, Garibaldi-Meucci Museum, Staten Island Museum, South and Midland Beaches, Staten Island Zoo, Sandy Ground Museum, Fresh Kills Park, the Greenbelt, Clove Lakes Park