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People don’t realize the amazing and huge parks carved out all over NYC. Prospect park is one of the biggest and just up the street. There is a restaurant, botanical garden and lots of walking or biking paths to enjoy. There is even horse back riding available.
Take a walk through the meadows and paths, enjoy the lakeside or visit the food stalls on sundays
Frederick Law Olmsted's "other" park. Not quite Central Park, but a favorite destination for locals and travelers alike.
Historic, best park in Brooklyn! Great for biking, walking or picnics. Beautiful & lots to explore !
Fields of rolling green, a lake, a zoo and so much more. What else do you need in a park?! One of my favorite parks in New York.
The nearest off-leash field. Off-leash hours are 9pm - 9am. If you go - tell the other humans that you know Columbo & Anthony. You'll instantly make friends and feel like a true Brooklynite.
This is considered “The Central Park of Brooklyn” by locals. This large park has expansive walking and biking trails along fields, woods, and a lake. This is a great place to enjoy a picnic and, in the summer, they have many free evening events like live music and movies on the lawn.
The lovely Prospect Park is a 10-15 minute walk from us and really gives a glimpse of Brooklyn life. Turn left on Ft. Hamilton and walk straight- you’ll run smack into the park. In the summer time there are non-stop events including free concerts, movies, and dance performances. In the winter there…
586 Acre park to explore and exercise. Has everything from bike paths, horse trails, a zoo, baseball fields, playgrounds, a carousel, and more!
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