Brooklyn Bridge Park
Recomendado por 463 habitantes locales ·
Por qué lo recomienda la gente local
Pier 2 at Brooklyn Bridge draws players from the Bronx, Queens, and Manhattan. There are seven full courts, Manhattan views, and all levels of comp. There are actual nets—I love the snap when my shot goes in. It’s a great place to spend the day, packed on weekends and after 5 during the week. Also, tons of makeshift cabins selling all types of food. The A and B courts, where the best talent goes, have canopies over them so you can keep playing if it drizzles. But if there’s a lot of rain, the water’s going to run onto the court.
Consejos de residentes locales
I love this area because you have a contact with nature but at the same time you can be astonished by the view and history throughout the piers in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Unlike the sprawling meadows of Prospect Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park wasn’t built to replicate the area’s serene natural environment. Instead, the park transformed a defunct shipping and storage complex into an urban playground complete with terraces, picnic areas and athletic fields. Don’t leave…
The stunning skyline views of Manhattan, the bridges, and the Statue of Liberty is just one of the many reasons not to miss this stunning 85-acre sustainable park in Brooklyn’s east shoreline. The park revitalizes Brooklyn’s industrial waterfront and is not just gorgeous but includes soooo many…
6 reclaimed piers with award winning park design. Great views of Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan. Carefully curated food vendors too.
Vibrant waterfront landscaped park stretching over 6 different piers, with photo-op views of the manhattan skyline..grab and ice cream infront of the soccer field and stroll by the marina, or hop on the citibikes and ride from pier 1 to 6 like a local.