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    Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85-acre post-industrial waterfront site stretching 1.3 miles along Brooklyn’s East River edge. The site stretches west in an arc from the Manhattan Bridge, through the Brooklyn Bridge and south along the East River to the upland area of Pier 6 and Atlantic Avenue. The park’s boundaries are Jay Street to the north, Atlantic Avenue to the south, Furman Street to the east and the East River to the west. The site is long and narrow with a crenulated edge formed by the piers.
    One of the most beautiful areas in NYC! It’s a great park to relax in, get your mind off your daily life and just appreciate the beauty of nature. There’s also the Brooklyn Ice Cream factory nearby so on those hot days you can cool off with some refreshing ice cream from one of the best ice cream parlors. The park is quite spacious and there isn’t a bad spot to lay around and just stare at the Manhattan skyline. 

I recommend coming here once in the day and then back at night because they definitely have a different feel. Also, walk around to the Brooklyn Promenade, which is not too far off. Over there you’ll have just as spectacular of a view of Manhattan, but from a higher vantage point.  If you ever visit NYC or are a local and never have visited, make sure to bring your camera because the park provides plenty of fantastic background shots!

   Dog park, carrousel, picnic benches, green lawns, and an amazing view of the city can you really ask for more for a day in a park? Bring a picnic lunch, grab some ice cream, lay in the grass with a book, people watch. I try and come here a few times a month. The new renovations they did this last year really are a huge improvement. 

This park is well maintained, and never too crowded. I think this is also a pretty popular wedding photo spot, I have seen many wedding parties here on the weekend.