Our third week in the 'September in Staten Island' stays inland to catch some neighborhoods missed in the first two weeks. Dongan Hills, New Dorp and Great Kills are some of the areas touched on, with the turn at Arden Heights leading through to the College of Staten Island. We come out the otherside in Graniteville, sliding east across Castleton Corners before concluding in the Port Richmond region.
The 'September in Staten Island' continues by covering the east shore of the island, hitting St. George, Clifton and Shore Acres before walking the length of South Beach. A thorough walk of Great Kills Park gives way to a tour of Historic Richmond town and further ramblings about Latourette Park. The route meanders through Old Town and Emerson Hill on the way back to our concluding destination.
The first walk in our 'September in Staten Island' sticks mainly to the west, covering the shoreline up to Mariners Marsh Park before cutting through Arlington on the way to Travis-Chelsea. We take the turn at the Staten Island boat graveyard and head up through the middle of the borough, cutting through Latourette, Clove Lakes, and Silver Lake Park along the way.