Walking Trails Near Brooklyn, NY
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Walking Trails Near Brooklyn, NY

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Brooklyn has 24 walking trails. These trails range from 1.75 to 5.75 miles in length. The most popular trails are Downtown Brooklyn, Dumbo and Vinegar Hill and Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill. Trails.com member Abby B. recently completed Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill. See all Brooklyn trails.
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“Only the Dead Know Brooklyn,” goes the title of a short story by Thomas Wolfe. He lived ...
In 1835, a Connecticut businessman named John Pitkin bought up land in the eastern reaches ...
Like their western neighbors Coney Island and Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach and Sheepshead ...
Long before Vegas and Orlando, Coney Island was America’s playground. And by the time ...
One hundred and forty-four years before the United States adopted its Constitution, a ...
New Utrecht was one of the five original towns established by the Dutch in the 17th century ...
Unlike many Brooklyn neighborhoods with “Hill” in their name, Bay Ridge actually sits ...
On one Saturday every June, the flags of over 50 nations are proudly hoisted, waved, and ...
Yes, the “The” belongs in the name, as does the hyphen, though Green and Wood are not ...
Greenpoint was one of Brooklyn’s centers of the “black arts,” with more than 50 oil refineries ...
In tracing the history of Bushwick, one of the five original Kings County towns founded ...
In the late 19th century, Clinton Hill was the most prestigious address in Brooklyn after ...
Fort Greene has earned many bragging rights. It’s home to Brooklyn’s only skyscraper, ...
Bedford-Stuyvesant, the district that made history by electing the first black woman to ...
Crown Heights. It’s one of those places, like Selma or Kent State, forever linked in people’s ...
Only a few neighborhood names are instantly recognized by nonresidents. The Left Bank ...
This is a lengthy walk from the westernmost to easternmost point of Prospect Park. It’s ...
Prospect Heights may be the richest neighborhood in Brooklyn—not in income, but in institutions. ...
Park Slope was rediscovered during the brownstone revival of the late 1960s, so it has ...
Red Hook is the overnight success of Brooklyn’s renaissance. In a matter of months the ...
The “Carroll” comes from Declaration of Independence signatory Charles Carroll; the “Gardens” ...
Begin near a large mall of today’s most recognizable chain stores. Cross the street and ...
Aside from those Brooklynites still squawking about the “mistake of ’98,” Downtown holds ...
In the past decade, artists and dot-commers have turned this no-man’s-land down under ...
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