Located in Queens, New York, Jamaica is a lively urban community with an abundance of cultural diversity. Jamaica houses the John F. Kennedy International Airport, providing residents the convenience of nearby international travel. An ideal blend of bustling city streets, residential areas, and wetlands, Jamaica has it all.
York College as well as multiple museums and pieces of Queens’ history reside in Jamaica. Visit King Manor Museum to admire the historic home of Rufus King and learn about his role in the anti-slavery movement, or enjoy Queens County Farm Museum, a historical colonial farmhouse with nearly 50 acres of sustainable lands that offers informational tours and family-friendly community events.
North Woodmere Park, Hook Creek Park, and Idewild Park all share a large green space filled with nature preserves, lakes, playgrounds, ball fields and courts, a swimming pool, and opportunities to kayak and canoe.