The giant Park of Prospect Park is the ideal place for many activities, such as playing baseball, skating, picnicking, reading or just enjoying a walk.
Prospect park welcomes a lot of activities all over the year.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
The Brooklyn Bridge Park runs along the Hudson River and offers incredible views of the Manhattan skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge, especially in the night.
This park is a good spot to make beautiful photos, a picnic or even sport.
Fort Greene Park
The Fort Green Park (First Park of Brooklyn) is loved for its strong history, landscape, trees, and monuments.
Fort Greene Park is a thriving and a bustling neighborhood park, which offers to its visitors Rolling hills, open fields, playgrounds, as well as a Visitor Center, basketball courts, and workout areas.
Photos by Jane Bruce
The Green-wood Cemetery is not in the true sense of the word a park but it offers a nice walk.
In the 19th century, this cemetery was the second most attractive place to visit after the Niagara falls.
500 25th St, Brooklyn