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Coney Island's Astroland Park

1000 Surf Ave
Brooklyn NY 11224

As you know The Cyclone is the most famous attraction in all of Coney Island and one of the most famous roller coasters in the world. Make it the cornerstone of a trip to Coney Island that includes the Beach, Boardwalk, Aquarium, games, great food and drink! There is still plenty to see and do!!


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Cooper Park

40 Debevoise Ave
Brooklyn NY 11211


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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

1000 Washington Ave
Brooklyn NY 11225


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Kittatinny Canoes and Camp Grounds

3854 RT-97
NY 12719


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Stewarts Pond Campsites

4405 S Shore Rd
Hadley NY 12835


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Randall's Island Park

24 W 61st St
New York NY 10023

Randall's Island has enjoyed the status of a shining star, one of Manhattan's main recreation hubs, since the 1930s.


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Bryant Park

Avenue of the Americas & W 42nd St
New York NY 10036


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Central Park

6th Ave & Central Park-Center Dr
New York NY 10019


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Washington Square Park

4 Irving Pl
New York NY 10003

Today, Union Square is a thriving hub of culture, business, education and health care. Throughout the city and beyond, we are known as "New York's Best Tasting Neighborhood," and are celebrated for the Greenmarket, innovative off-Broadway theaters, destination retailers, small creative businesses and excellent universities and hospitals, all located near one of the city's most popular parks. USP has played a lead role in the area's development and will continue to seek out ways to improve our re-energized neighborhood.


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Madison Square Park

1 Madison Ave
New York NY 10010


Historic Madison Square Park is the vibrant center of Manhattan's Flatiron District offering flourishing gardens, lush lawns and cultural programs for all ages. Located on 6.2 acres between 23rd and 26th streets and Fifth and Madison avenues, the park has become an oasis for those who live and work nearby.

Until very recently, historic Madison Square Park was neglected and crime-ridden. People walked around it instead of going inside. In June 2001, after a two-year capital restoration project, Madison Square Park was rededicated. In the spring of 2002, a restored playground reopened to the delight of many children in the neighborhood.

In June 2004, the Conservancy introduced its new "green" food Kiosk, Shake Shack, by renowned architect James Wines of SITE Environmental Design. The innovative design of the ivy-covered, zinc-clad structure echoes the angles of the Flatiron building. Operated by Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group, the food kiosk's proceeds benefit Conservancy programs. The Shack has already transformed the south end of the park into a popular dining hub in keeping with Conservancy's mission of continually expanding opportunities for visitors to the park.

In addition to tending the park's lawns and gardens, the Conservancy provides high-quality free cultural programs. Mad. Sq. Kids offers family programs on the park's Oval Lawn on Tuesday and Thursday mornings throughout the summer. Mad. Sq. Music is our summer evening concert series. Madison Square Park has also earned a reputation as a presenter of contemporary art. Mad. Sq. Reads is our summer reading series.