Fort Greene Park
Fabulous park with monuments, tennis courts, and kid's playgrounds (x2!), and also close to many excellent restaurants on Dekalb Ave. A great place to relax and people-watch. Check out the Farmer's Market every Saturday along the park's east side.
Favorite park by the locals thanks to a farmer’s market on Saturday’s, tennis courts, and running path.
Fort Greene Park is another must visit if you want to get a feel for Brooklyn. We were lucky enough to live across the street from it about 15 years ago. On Saturdays there's a Greenmarket on Washington Park and Dekalb. The surrounding neighborhood of Fort Greene is filled with tree lined streets…
Wonderful park with a farmers market every weekend. We love having picnics here.
Located on the edge of Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn lies a 30-acre park that dates back to the Revolutionary War. Fort Greene Park is Brooklyn’s oldest park and it has centuries of history to its name. It’s a great place for expertise or to take your dog for daily off-leash hours from 9PM -9AM…
The next closest park after Herbert King. Beautiful, historic spot. GREAT farmer's market on Saturdays, free dog time, tennis courts, etc.
It is a nice park and if you want to see a lot of dogs running around go before 9am. Dogs are allowed off leash from 9pm-9am. They have a Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.
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