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Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) is a botanical garden in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. Founded in 1910, and located in the Prospect Park neighborhood, the 52-acre (21 ha) garden includes ... lire la suite

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens has incredible architecture, rare plants, flowers, and meticulously cared for gardens. World famous Cherry Blossom Esplanade, Japanese and Rose Gardens are located at this ... lire la suite

In spring, the cherry blossoms are truly the main attraction. You get a nice view from above from the terrace, then you can go frolic in the grass between the rows of cherry trees. There are also s... lire la suite

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Turn left when you leave the building, cross Ave D and continue to the bridge that goes over the FDR Highway. You'll find yourself at the park. There's a track and workout area right at 6th stree... lire la suite

This park runs along the east side of Manhattan all the way around the tip of the island and up the west side. Take 10th street from Avenue D across the FDR and head south along the East River.

East River State Park is a seven-acre waterfront park located along the East River in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. It offers visitors a stunning view of the Manhattan skyline, a delig... lire la suite

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Swimming Pools, basketball courts, softball field, futbol/soccer field, running track, ice skating rink, picnic areas and great views of the Hudson River looking over to New Jersey. Great at sunset.

With its entrance at 145th Street and Riversdie Drive, Riverbank State Park boasts of spectacular promenade views of the Hudson River, the Palisades and the George Washington Bridge. There is a 400... lire la suite

This is a very big and mostly free sport complex and park built on an artificial island with great views of the Hudson River. 2 pools, 1 skating ring, track and field loop, football field, 5 tennis... lire la suite

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Walk down 13th Street west to where it turns into Horatio. Keep on walking until you hit the river. Cross the West Side Highway to find the largest park outside of Central Park. This strip spans fr... lire la suite

Hudson River Greenway provides a continuous 11-mile route between Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan and the Little Red Lighthouse underneath the George Washington Bridge. The trail pass... lire la suite

This trail runs along the entire West side of Manhattan and is a great place to run or bike! Access it by walking west on W 145th Street until you reach Riverside Bank State Park. There is a stairc... lire la suite

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The park overlooks the East River and has skyline worthy shots of Manhattan. Highly recommended. You can hop on the East River Ferry for less than $10 and head to Brooklyn or Manhattan.

This is one of the places which most of the tourist will miss it because they simply won't know about it. This place is just only 2 miles from my home. You can just take a 7 train and get off of Ja... lire la suite

Besides the spectacular views of Manhattan and the East River, this 12-acre Long Island City spot boasts an interesting piece of history. The manicured waterfront stretch is built around restored g... lire la suite

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This former army barracks has been converted into a beautiful park with lots of activities including a beach bar on the sand. It's accessible by ferry from Brooklyn and Manhattan. Incredible views!... lire la suite

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A track, a public pool, tennis courts, a great view of the river, lots of grass and sun. What more could you want in a neighborhood park? I run and do yoga there when the weather is nice.

Astoria Park, a 59.96-acre park located along the East River in the New York City borough of Queens, contains one of the largest open spaces in Queens.

This park is bigger than it looks from any point within it. It is spacious and sprawling, right on the East River and under the RFK Bridge.

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Fabulous full Manhattan skyline view. Well-done 9-11 Memorial. Lovely county park with hiking trails.

The Reservation enjoys an unrivaled view of the New York City skyline from the Essex County 911 Memorial. From here you can view the George Washington Bridge to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.

Great view of Manhattan. Nice nature trails, 911 memorial, lovely park with hiking. Well lit at night, so safe at all hours!

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This beautiful family-oriented beach has fully equipped bathrooms, showers and fast food court (if you like that!), ball park, picnic, lots of parking, great serene walk to Breezy Point, near JFK

Another beach park with picnic facilities, parking, life guards, some shops. Entrance fee $12.00. Less choppy water than in Rockaway Beach.

Our family lives here on the weekends during the summer, and even days in September when summer just won't quit. We love to spend our days here just relaxing under umbrellas and enjoying the breezy... lire la suite

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Just down the street. East river park and walkway and bikeway.

Great views of Brooklyn - Newly renovated, outside workout space - I love this place!

This is our running track! You can walk, bike, or run down to the river and follow the path all the way along the water down the tip of Manhattan and back up along the West Side. Stop along the wa... lire la suite

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Nice spot by the sound. Good place to take a run.

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One of the most scenic waterfront views. Great for late evening dining, drinks and sunset.

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Amateur basketball, soccer teams compete here. Cool playground, ping pong table. Hua Mei bird garden Saturday and Sunday mornings (a chinese neighborhood tradition of showing birds). Bike Polo too!

Sara D. Roosevelt Park runs along Chrystie Street, from East Houston to Canal, near where an elevated train used to rattle. It offers a welcome oasis amid the concrete jungle.

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Tucked away behind secret mansions and wealthy homes is a garden/conservatory that is stunning! It requires some planning to get there -- But you'll never forget it! A secret of the Bronx!

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Also known as the east river esplanade. Runs from 60th st to 120th st. Great for running along the river. Much better run than Central Park. Better views and less traffic.

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This very old, small, historic park is a secret treasure in this neighborhood. There are enormous old trees and it's a beautiful, peaceful place with a children's playground.

Saratoga Square Park, the second largest park in historic Bedford-Stuyvesant, is surrounded by beautiful trees, ideal for people who want to exercise or going with the kids to the playground.

Great shaded playground and water park. Coffee shops nearby.

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This is no ordinary beach... if you are a scavenger, then this is the place for you! In the early 1900s this was New York City's landfill. Then it was covered with a bunch of sand and used as an ai... lire la suite

Amazing treasure hunting and beach combing

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Walk to Springfield Boulevard at the end of our block and then one short block to 47th Avenue for the long secret stairs down through the forest to this stunning lake and pedestrian path with bench... lire la suite