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  • Paley Park

    3 E. 53rd St. New York, NY 10022

    http://www.pps.org

  • Pelham Bay Park

    Pelham Bay Park

    Pelham Bay Bronx, NY 10464
    718-430-1890

    http://www.nycgovparks.org 2700-plus acres of blank spaceaanature trails, historical homes, sports complexes, barbecues, and a beach. More >>

  • Perkin's Visitor Center

    675 W. 252nd St. Bronx, NY 10471
    718-549-3200

    http://www.wavehill.org

  • Philip Morris, Sculpture Court

    120 Park New York, NY 10017
    917-663-2453

  • Phoenix Community Garden

    Phoenix Community Garden

    2037 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11233
    212-594-2155

    http://www.greenguerillas.org

  • Pier 17

    Pier 17

    89 South St. New York, NY 10038
    212-240-9001

  • Pier 25

    Pier 25

    N. Moore & W. Side Highway New York, NY 10013
    212-766-1104

    Kids taking a break from a mini-golf game run to the snack bar for some ice cream. The picnic tables lining the pier are filled with lounging business people on a lunch break. "Cheeseburger!" the cook shouts from the grill, and as you squirt on the ketchup you feel like you are in the backyard you can't afford to have. Pier 25 hosts everything from "Shakes-pier" to competitive volleyball. The nonprofit Manhattan Youth organizes art programs for kids on the pier, which explains the interesting abstract sculptures you see made from wood extracted from the Hudson River. Whether you come to Pier 25 for fishing, salsa dancing, or an '80s movie, the cheap barbecue and friendly small-town feel will satisfy your need for a summer getaway. More >>

  • Pier 40

    Pier 40

    353 West St. New York, NY 10014
    212-533-PARK

  • Pier 45

    353 West St. Long Island City, NY 11101
    212-627-2020

  • Pier 49

    Charles St. New York, NY 10014
    N/A

  • Pier 54

    W. 13th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-533-PARK

  • Pier 63

    Hudson River & 23rd St. New York, NY 10011
    N/A

  • Pier 66

    26th St. and 12th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-362-4453

    http://www.pier66maritime.com

  • Pier 81

    W. 41st St. & Twelfth Ave. New York, NY 10036
    212-630-8100

  • Pier 84

    Pier 84, Twelfth Avenue and W. 44 St New York, NY 10036

    http://www.hudsonriverpark.org/explore-the-park/locations/pier-84

  • Pier 86

    46th St. and W. Side Highway New York, NY 10036

  • Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park & Coe Hall

    1395 Planting Fields Road Oyster Bay, NY 11771
    516-922-9200

    http://www.plantingfields.org

  • Poe Park Visitor Center

    2640 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 10458
    718-365-5516

  • Private Garden

    44th St. & 31st Ave. Long Island City, NY 11103
    N/A

  • Prospect Park

    Prospect Park

    95 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-965-8951

    http://www.prospectpark.org There is an idea that Brooklyn is Manhattanas stepsister. All things came to Manhattan first and then filtered into Brooklyn. At half the size of Central Park, Prospect Park was designed at virtually the same time by the same architects based on the same plan. Brooklyn is not Manhattanas stepsister; at one time it was the third-largest city in the nation. Soapbox aside, Prospect Park is less formal-feeling than Central Park. It has plazas and gardens, and places for barbeques and a lovely Japanese Garden and a zoo. It is also free and not hard to get to. More >>

  • Prospect Park Audubon Center

    Prospect Park Audubon Center

    95 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-287-3400

    http://www.prospectpark.org/visit/places/audubon

  • Prospect Park Lake

    Prospect Park Lake

    95 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    212-965-8900

    http://www.prospectpark.org Besides being one of the most technically punk, ethnically diverse, and geographically surreal freshwater fishing destinations in North America, Prospect Park Lake is a sporty little joint for bass, crappie, panfish, and even the occasional lunker carp. The 50-acre lake's weedy structure and variegated shoreline can make for especially suspenseful and action-packed largemouth-bass fishing. These fish will often ambush rubber jigs, minnows, and worms with Southern-state fury (despite the flurry of ambulance sirens and UniverSoul Circus hoopla blasting from the p.a. across the lake). More >>

  • Prospect Park Parade Ground

    Coney Island Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-854-6359

    http://www.prospectpark.org

  • Prospect Park, Picnic House

    5th & Prospect Pk W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-391-8773

  • Prospect Park, Wollman Rink

    E. Drive btwn Lincoln Road & Parkside Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    800-201-PARK

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