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Columbus Park

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Columbus Park

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67 Mulberry St Baxter St, New York City, NY 10013-4331
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Canal StNew York City Subway4 min
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Hsin-Yi W wrote a review Jun. 2020
Forest Hills, New York941 contributions131 helpful votes
The Columbus Park is located in Chinatown with plenty of trees, benches and open space. However, It was kind of crowded and the maintenance wasn’t too good. There was lots of trash and the smell was terrible. We tried to have our take out there since dining in was not allowed during COVID-19, but the environment was too gross to eat. We ended up having our lunch in the car. It would be good to take a short walk but we won’t recommend to stay long there.
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Date of experience: June 2020
sdf66 wrote a review Oct. 2019
St. Augustine, Florida742 contributions115 helpful votes
I got up early for breakfast at a little restaurant across the street and walked over to watch locals practice tai chi in the park. I’m always interested in how folks in the city spend their time. Nice benches to sit and rest. Plenty of trees to provide shade if the day is hot.
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Date of experience: October 2019
mcsc-squared wrote a review Oct. 2019
New York City, New York957 contributions222 helpful votes
Columbus park is a nice place to come and relax in the Little Italy / Chinatown area, located a half block off of Canal Street. We visited in the evening and it was great to sit for 30 minutes- people playing board games, some playing music on traditional Chinese musical instruments, a statue of Sun Yat-Sen (founder of of modern China in the center of the park), some older people practicing Tai Chi, basketball courts and a building edifice/ pavilion where some Chinese ladies were practicing a group dance with an instructor.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Thomas V wrote a review Sep. 2019
Oakland, California10,034 contributions2,183 helpful votes
This park is set in one of the most densely populated places on Earth, so very necessary for the local folks. Come and enjoy all the activity.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Mellie2013 wrote a review May 2019
Port Moody, Canada2,697 contributions247 helpful votes
Columbus Park is the hub of a very vibrant community that's named Chinatown. During our evening stroll, we located the park. Full of people, young and old enjoying the warm spring weather. We loved the blossoming Cherry Trees, the musical accompaniment and the joy observed at this park. It's truly the cultural hub of the neighbourhood. People chatting, playing games and outside. Surrounded by great Chinese restaurants, stores and bakeries. It's fun to nose around. Worth a moment to enjoy nature.
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Date of experience: April 2019