Sara D. Roosevelt Park

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This 7.85-acre park on the Lower East Side was named after the mother of F.D.R. Families can take advantage of the multiple playgrounds (several of which are wheelchair accessible) scattered throughout the greenspace.

Venue name: Sara D. Roosevelt Park
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Address: Chrystie St to Forsyth St
New York

Cross street: between Canal and E Houston Sts
Transport: Subway: B, D to Grand St; J, Z to Bowery; F to Lower East Side–Second Ave
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Maria M
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Don't come to Sara D. Roosevelt park expecting a picturesque, grand park. The narrow park that lies between the Lower East Side and Chinatown is just a green space for those in the area. Definitely nothing special, but they sometimes host different events here, including a dumpling festival. It's a good quick park to walk through post dim sum in Chinatown or post afternoon drinking the LES.

Brian M.

Long, skinny park on Lower East Side that is about half a block wide but stretches over several blocks long.  Playgrounds, basketball courts, water features, a track at south end, benches, and an open area at north end, and astro turf field.  Have seen punk shows at the open area of north end of park.  Sometimes a bit sketchy, but has greatly improved over last decade.  Tons of Asian restaurants in surround area.