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Prospect Park Brooklyn's Prospect Park, the sister to Central Park, is a true gem in New York City. Park creators Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux preserved the landscape's original geography, creating a 585-acre park that boasts rolling hills, a

Prospect Park

Brooklyn's Prospect Park, the sister to Central Park, is a true gem in New York City. Park creators Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux preserved the landscape's original geography, creating a 585-acre park that boasts rolling hills, a waterfall, lake, lush woodland, and more than 30,000 trees. A springtime stroll along the meandering paths reveals blooming cherry trees, pockets of daffodils, sprinklings of crocuses, and newly budded trees ready to burst with green leaves. Bring a picnic to enjoy under the flowering trees on the Long Meadow or get lost on the wooded paths, where you'll feel miles away from the city's hustle and bustle. (image via Matthew Rutledge Flickr)

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