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Brooklyn's answer to Central Park, Prospect Park contains a zoo, an audubon center and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Its entrance is marked by the large Memorial Arch and it is a mecca for families and nature lovers who go to play ball, bird watch and...more
We had a bike tour to the park. You can not bike everywhere but the bike lanes are lovely. The park is big and green. You have to take your own picknick because they have no coffee shops or kiosk there. It is a green...More
We have family who live just around the corner from this gem of a park, and they use it to run, walk dogs, picnic, meet friends and generally wind down after a hard day's work! We love to stroll around the park, chatting as we...More
I was visiting Prospect Park all seasons around, for the last 25 years, and still like this city park. From rollerblading to riding a bike, or just simply walking across multiple passage, the time will be well spent. You can discover a small pond with...More
Was staying in a relative's apartment which happened to be really close to the Prospect Park and as a bird lover, walked over there three times to look for birds. Unfortunately, it was not the right time of the year so not too many species...More
Went to PP just yesterday with my son's for their final baseball game. As always, PP was lively with an outdoor concert going on, people biking, jogging, playing soccer, volleyball and baseball. PP is in good shape and clean with good scenery and baseball fields...More
This is a fabulous park. Almost a mini Central Park. It has lots of paths that meander through woods and open areas. There is a dedicated lane for serious runners, joggers, walkers and cyclist.
Beware of cross park vehicles, Rangers,NYPD, delivery vehicles and so on....More
We liked it a big green grass field in summer for picnics,or play balls...invited some friends with your kids!!take a look in the zoo,getting to know the Brooklyn history,and there is a landmark army grand nearby if you want to pay a visit also.
I always loved cycling here. Whether it was for training to get better in cycling or for a leisure ride. They have free concerts in the summer! You can run,walk, play volleyball, cycling or just hangout with friends while bbqing. It’s a chill place to...More
This beautiful park is the blessings of the forefathers of the city who had 5he vision and the dream for the generations . The bewitching Landscspe is spread over such area that it requires more then a day to really enjoy . The rolling green...More
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We arrived by cab but didn't see parking near the zoo. We had a problem getting a cab afterwards as none passed that weren't pre-booked. In the end we had to walk a fair way to the library and ask for help from the... More
We arrived by cab but didn't see parking near the zoo. We had a problem getting a cab afterwards as none passed that weren't pre-booked. In the end we had to walk a fair way to the library and ask for help from the librarian. who called a cab for us. The staff at the zoo wouldn't call a cab for us.... Hope you enjoy your visit