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Lovely park just off the drive. That abuts the river . Great for long walks, picnics, ball playing and just hanging out. A lot of soccer games with youth and informal games with families are present. Despite the noise from the drive it remains a...More
We went for a walk with our two year old twins and had a really great time. Not crowded at all, with wonderful views of Brooklyn and Williamsburg Bridge. Great places to have a sit and rest while enjoying a snack or a coffee. Very...More
Long running trial right along the east river, with ball and soccer fields on the other side. Tons of locals use this park to get outdoors, and there are some pretty good views from the park of Brooklyn and the Williamsburg Bridge. Although we went...More
Enter East River Park at Delancey Street and go south to Grand Street; you will pass 27 seals in various poses. In the summer, there are sprays of water and kids (and some codgers like me) happily playing in the water.
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Take the buses M14A/21/22 to the last stop, and stroll over to the park. There are great photo-ops at the Bandstand and under the Williamsburg bridge. Enjoy the flora and fauna, and the quiet river. Best time to visit is on a warm spring or...More
Strolling is definitely the word of the day, so chilled here... Kids playing, men playing football, people hanging out in the shade... All along the river, a lovely breeze, the sound of water... We sat down for a minute in the shade to take it...More