Rye Town Park-Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach

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Rye Town Park-Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach
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Rye Town Park-Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach is located in New York
Rye Town Park-Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach
Location Forrest Ave., bet. Rye Beach and Dearborn Ave., Rye, New York
Coordinates 40°57′39″N 73°40′45″W / 40.96083°N 73.67917°W / 40.96083; -73.67917Coordinates: 40°57′39″N 73°40′45″W / 40.96083°N 73.67917°W / 40.96083; -73.67917
Area 62.6 acres (25.3 ha)
Built 1909-1925
Architect Upjohn & Conable; Brinley & Holbrook
Architectural style Mission/Spanish Revival
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 03000252[1]
Added to NRHP April 18, 2003

Rye Town Park-Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach is a historic park and public beach located on Long Island Sound at Rye, Westchester County, New York. It is located next to the separately listed Playland Amusement Park. It was designed in 1909 by architects Upjohn & Conable (Hobart Upjohn and George W. Conable) and landscape architects Brinley & Holbrook. There are six historically significant buildings and structures; they are the Mission Revival style Bathing Complex. This includes the Bathing Pavilion and two shelters, a restaurant (1910), the Spring House, and the Women's Bath House (1925).[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.[1]

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