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The Little Red Lighthouse, also called Jeffrey's Hook, was a serving lighthouse until the George Washington Bridge was built. It served from 1880 to 1917 at Sandy Hook, New Jersey and then here at Jeffrey's Hook from 1921 to 1947. A part of the City Park Department, the Urban Park Rangers conduct tours of the lighthouse and includes food, reading the story called Little Red Lighthouse by Hildegarde Swift and the Great Gray Bridge by Lynd Ward and also take you to see pictures. The lighthouse stands on the point called Jeffrey's hook and close to the eastern pier of the bridge.
Set along the confluence of two rivers, Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium is one of the most important facilities of the university's football program. With the Inwood Hill Park and Hudson River forming a beautiful background, it is an idyllic venue to catch the university's lacrosse and football teams in action.
Set along the restful Hudson River's eastern banks, the Fort Washington Park covers more than 160 acres (65 hectares) of beautiful green spaces in New York's Washington Heights. The park was founded as a memorial for the Battle of Fort Washington that occurred in 1776 and remains in close proximity to the original site of the historic fort. The park annually hosts the much celebrated Little Red Lighthouse Festival on its grounds.
Located along Harlem River, Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium is part of Baker Athletic Complex. This stadium is named after the Italian-American businessman, Rocco B. Commisso. Formerly known as Columbia Soccer Stadium, this stadium can seat thousands of spectators. Built in 1985, this stadium is known to host several soccer and rugby games.