Brooklyn Bridge Park
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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.
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Brooklyn Bridge Park has fantastic activities for your entire family or group of friends and breathtaking scenery of the Atlantic Ocean, Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, The Freedom Towers, The Empire State Building, and the Brooklyn Bridge ~ all from the boardwalk in plane view...
Wonderful place to walk and sightsee! Best views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan... great photo ops!
My personal favorite spot. Provides incredible views of Manhattan. skyline, as well as Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.
Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85-acre park on the Brooklyn side of the East River in New York City.
Waterfront park that runs from Dumbo through Brooklyn Heights and has volleyball, soccer, roller-skating and miles of paths, as well as beautiful views across to Manhattan.
a quick ride or walk to Brooklyn Bridge Park where you'll find a beautiful view of the cities skyline with lots of restaurants nearby.
It’s a beautiful place to just relax and enjoy the sight seeing there’s food areas that you can enjoy BBP has out door and indoor skating bbq area you will just love this place
As the name might suggest, brooklyn bridge park is right next to the Brooklyn bridge and is a lovely spot to catch a sunset, go for a run, or sit and relax, and enjoy the nearby restaurants or your own picnic. Once you’re done looking at Manhattan over the water, you can take the Ferry or walk/bike across the bridge to Manhattans seaport district.