Brooklyn's Outdoor Escapes:
A Nature Lover's Bucket List
Such a beautiful town of New York City
Here is the Nature Lover's Bucket List:
1. Brooklyn Botanic Garden: A 52-acre garden featuring over 14,000 types of plants, including a Japanese garden, a rose garden, and a native flora garden.
2. Prospect Park: A 585-acre urban park with forests, meadows, and a lake, offering hiking trails, sports fields, and picnic areas.
3. Brooklyn Bridge Park: A waterfront park featuring walking paths, playgrounds, sports fields, and stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.
4. Marine Park: A 798-acre park featuring salt marshes, hiking trails, a golf course, and a kayak launch.
5. Green-Wood Cemetery: A historic cemetery and arboretum that features stunning architecture, sculpture, and natural beauty.
6. Floyd Bennett Field: A former airport turned park featuring hiking trails, campgrounds, and a beach.
7. Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge: A 9,155-acre wildlife refuge featuring marshes, ponds, and hiking trails, and offering opportunities for birdwatching and wildlife viewing.
8. Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm: A rooftop farm in Brooklyn Navy Yard, offering tours and workshops on sustainable agriculture.
9. Brooklyn Greenway: A 14-mile bike path and walking trail that connects Brooklyn's waterfront neighborhoods and parks.
10. Red Hook Community Farm: A sustainable farm in Red Hook, offering community-supported agriculture programs, educational programs, and events.
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