Bronxville New York
Bronxville can be found in
Eastchester town in New York. It is
approximately 15 miles to the north of
bustling midtown Manhattan. Bronxville sits
on more than 70 acres of parkland, which
includes woodlands, athletic fields and a
small portion of the Bronx River Parkway
The Reservation is the
oldest park in Westchester. It was opened in
1925 as an extension to the Bronx River
Parkway. The Reservation, owned by the
Westchester County, is the first linear park
in the country. It features charming wooden
footbridges, beautiful ponds and a wide
array of native flora.
The park is a popular venue
for walking, running, bicycling and nature
watching and study.
Also in the village of Bronxville is the
Bronxville School, which is ranked annually
as one of the top public schools in the
United States. In the 1920s, the school was
opened as a progressive educational
The school’s athletic fields include a
running track, a football field and three
Scout Field, located in
Mount Vernon and in Yonkers, is controlled
by Bronxville, and is often used for the
Bronxville School’s soccer, baseball,
football and cross-country running events.
Scout Field, like the Reservation, is a
Westchester Country park.