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Fort Greene Park

Brooklyn, NY

Fort Greene has earned many bragging rights. It’s home to Brooklyn’s only skyscraper, the 512-foot-tall Williamsbur... trails.com

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4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

As the glacier receded 15,000 years ago, the lake drained slowly through the Watchung Mountains via the Passaic Riv... trails.com

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In June 1986, the Morris County Park Commission dedicated this recreation trail that runs parallel to the New Je... traillink.com

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The Ocean Parkway Trail closely follows its eponymous thoroughfare nearly 5 miles through several Brooklyn neigh... traillink.com

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The 1,470-foot-long Manhattan Bridge is the youngest of the three lower East River spans, completed in 1909. Oversh... trails.com

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Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, pioneers of landscape architecture and the urban parks movement in the Unit... trails.com

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The 2-mile Bayshore Trail is known as the Atlantic Highlands segment of the Henry Hudson Trail. It extends from ... traillink.com

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Gravesend

Brooklyn, NY

At the time of the American Revolution, travelers from Long Island boarded a ferry that took them across the Narrows ... hmdb.org

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3 out of 5 based on 6 ratings

This is an out-and-back route on one of New Jersey’s least known and only moderately used rail trails. Although sit... trails.com

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The Shore Parkway Greenway Trail is comprised of two disconnected segments along the New York Harbor that togeth... traillink.com

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Unlike many Brooklyn neighborhoods with “Hill” in their name, Bay Ridge actually sits on elevated ground—a bluff ov... trails.com

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Like their western neighbors Coney Island and Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and Sheepshead Bay first developed as... trails.com

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Begin near a large mall of today’s most recognizable chain stores. Cross the street and you are transported into th... trails.com

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In the late 19th century, Clinton Hill was the most prestigious address in Brooklyn after Brooklyn Heights. Charles... trails.com

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Marine Park, Gerritsen Beach, Mill Basin . . . these are places unfamiliar to a lot of New Yorkers. Located on a pe... trails.com

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One hundred and forty-four years before the United States adopted its Constitution, a town was founded on the ideal... trails.com

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New Utrecht was one of the five original towns established by the Dutch in the 17th century in what would eventuall... trails.com

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The Brooklyn Bridge, the largest suspension bridge in the world at the time it was built, was the first to span the E... hmdb.org

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In the past decade, artists and dot-commers have turned this no-man’s-land down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass... trails.com

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Fort Greene has earned many bragging rights. It’s home to Brooklyn’s only skyscraper, the 512-foot-tall Williamsbur... trails.com

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