Tibbetts Brook Park is a 161-acre park located in the Lincoln Park section of Yonkers in Westchester County, New York. Opened in 1927, it was one of the first developed parks in Westchester County and currently serves residents with activities including swimming, hiking, sports, nature watching and fishing.
The park was named after George Tibbetts, a British man who had colonized the land in 1668.
Tibbetts borders the Cross County Parkway to the north, the Saw Mill River Parkway to the west, McLean Avenue to the south, and Midland Avenue to the east. Tibbetts Brook Park is a mile north of Van Cortlandt Park along the South County Trailway, and Tibbetts Brook crosses the park from north to south on its way to the Harlem River.
The park is the home of the New York Magpies in the USAFL.