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Bicycle Network Development
Get maps of current bicycle routes and learn more about the City's plans to expand accessibility for cyclists from the Department of City Planning.
Bocce Courts in the City
Get the addresses of Bocce courts in the five boroughs from the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden has been a New York fixture since its founding in 1910. Aside from its numerous and spectacular gardens and plants, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden engages in research for, teaching about, and improving the environment one plant at a time.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85-acre world-class sustainable park on Brooklyn's East River waterfront. The park stretches 1.3 miles along the Brooklyn shoreline from Atlantic Avenue to Jay Street, north of the Manhattan Bridge, and offers sweeping views of New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan. The park's first sections on Pier 1 (entrance at Old Fulton Street) and Pier 6 (entrance at Atlantic Avenue) were opened to the public in 2010. More construction continues on Empire Fulton Ferry and Pier 5. See the Park website for information on directions, public programs and park amenities.
Bryant Park
Access a calendar of events and activities, read about park history, and find out about the grounds on the Bryant Park website.
Central Park
Find historical and facility information, maps, and event details at the Central Park website.
City Athletic Facilities
Find out where to play soccer, football, cricket, baseball, golf, and more at the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Virtual Tours
Get maps, photos, history, and virtual tours of the major parks in all boroughs of New York City.
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens is 1,255 acres of athletic fields, landscaped meadows, lakes, fountains, playgrounds, stadia, museums, and a zoo.
Gateway National Recreation Area
America's first Urban Park, Gateway provides recreational opportunities for residents and visitors.
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