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The best NYC parks
NYC is home to some of the finest parks in the country. Here’s how to make the most of New York’s public spaces, from Central Park and the big boys to beyond.
Mon Aug 11 2014
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There are more than 1,700 parks in New York City—an urban jungle, indeed. We’ve picked the choicest spots for everything from skate parks and picnic spots to watching the sun set and lounging on the grass. Whether you are looking for relaxing, secluded spots in NYC or want to catch summer movies in the park, head to one of these great green spaces.
Best NYC parks
Take advantage of warmer temperatures at ten of New York City's best public parks.
We've picked out the perfect places to watch the sun set, grab a drink, fly a kite and much more.
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Inside NYC parks
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