Points of Interest—Baier Music Island
Chaim Baier Music Island serves as a wildlife habitat in Prospect Park.
Points of Interest--Endale Arch
Prospect Park Alliance's restoration of Endale Arch comprises years of research, dedicated work and a number of exciting discoveries as layers of time were stripped back. One of the first architectural elements constructed in Prospect Park more than 150 years ago, the arch was envisioned by park creators Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux as a transporting entrance from the urban hubbub of Grand Army Plaza to the pastoral tranquility of the mile-long Long Meadow.
Points of Interest—Drummer's Grove
A gathering place for drummers for over 30 years. Drumming takes place on Sundays from April to October, 2 pm to 7 pm.
Points of Interest—Wellhouse
One of the park’s oldest structures, now serves as the city's first compostable restrooms in a public park.
Points of Interest—Lake
An intricate system of man-made pools, streams and waterfalls culminates in the 60-acre Lake, Brooklyn's only freshwater lake.
Points of Interest—Peninsula

Jutting out into the Park's 60-acre Lake, the Peninsula is an inviting place to enjoy the Park’s beautiful terrain and vistas.

Points of Interest—White Levy Esplanade
White Levy Esplanade features walkways and picnic areas with scenic views of Brooklyn's only lake.
Points of Interest—Concert Grove
Recently restored, this scenic setting was home to open-air concerts in the late 19th century.
Points of Interest—Nethermead
A rolling meadow near the Park’s center, this is a popular destination for dog walking, picnicking and birdwatching.
Points of Interest—Lena Horne Bandshell

The Park’s main destination for live outdoor entertainment, and home to Celebrate Brooklyn! performing arts festival.

Points of Interest—Ravine
Brooklyn’s only forest, the Ravine features nearly 150 acres of woodlands and scenic waterways.
Points of Interest—Picnic House
The perfect venue for special occasions, surrounded by a shaded grove that has been a popular picnic site since the Park opened.
Points of Interest—Litchfield Villa
This historic building is the main Park information center, open Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm.
Points of Interest—Prospect Park Vale
This lush woodland oasis, located along a dramatic slope, features a pool and fountain. The woodlands were recently restored with the help of goats, while the pool and fountain await restoration.
Points of Interest—Donald and Barbara Zucker Natural Exploration Area

This play area was created by the Alliance from trees damaged by storms and other materials to engage children with nature.

Points of Interest—Long Meadow
Nearly a mile long, this is the longest stretch of unbroken meadow in any U.S. urban park.
Points of Interest—Grand Army Plaza

This formal entrance is a memorial to the defenders of the Union in the Civil War.

Points of Interest—Children's Corner
Access the Prospect Park Carousel, Prospect Park Zoo and the Lefferts Historic House conveniently at the Children's Corner.
Points of Interest—Boathouse + Audubon Center
Built in 1905, the Boathouse in Prospect Park was one of the first buildings in New York City to be declared an historic landmark and is home of the Prospect Park Audubon Center for nature education.
Points of Interest—Parade Ground
The 40-acre Parade Ground offers baseball, tennis, soccer and football fields for local schools, leagues and clubs for children and adults, as well as basketball, netball, volleyball courts, and a new adult fitness area.
Points of Interest—LeFrak Center at Lakeside
The Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Center at Lakeside offers ice skating, figure skating, curling, and hockey in the winter, and roller skating, biking, boating and water play in the warmer months.
Points of Interest—Tennis Center
The Prospect Park Tennis Center is one of Brooklyn’s most popular tennis destinations with year-round courts, programs, lessons and leagues for all levels and ages.
Entrance--Flatbush Avenue
Entrance—Grand Army Plaza
Entrance—Garfield Place
Entrance—Litchfield Villa
Entrance—9th Street
Entrance—11th Street
Entrance—10th Avenue
Entrance—16th Street
Entrance—Vanderbilt Street
Entrance—Greenwood Avenue
Entrance—Ocean Avenue
Entrance- Lincoln Road
Entrance—Children's Corner
WINNER in the Park
Enjoy baked goods, sandwiches, beverages and picnic meals at the lower level of the Prospect Park Picnic House, which is located on the park's Long Meadow.
King David Tacos
Austin-style breakfast tacos, with seasonal sides and gluten-free options.
Hot Dog Cart: Long Meadow Ball Fields
Hot dogs are available for purchase at the Long Meadow Ball Fields Hot Dog Cart.
Breeze Hill
Visit Smorgasburg every Sunday on Prospect Park’s Breeze Hill, near the Lincoln Road entrance, through October 31.
Bluestone Cafe
Indoor and outdoor seating with panoramic views. The seasonal menu ranges from light bites to hearty and healthy fare.
Lark By The Park
Lark by the Park serves a variety of options including pizza, smash burgers, breakfast sandwiches, smoothies, milkshakes, hot dogs and more.
Pony Express at the Carousel
Enjoy refreshments at one of the Park’s most popular family destinations, open April through early December.
Police Call Box—Grand Army Plaza
Police Call Box—Long Meadow North
Police Call Box—Nellie's Lawn
Police Call Box—Zoo
Police Call Box—Children's Corner
Police Call Box—Ravine
Police Call Box—Lincoln Playground
Police Call Box—Imagination Playground
Police Call Box—Lakeside
Police Call Box—Peristyle
Police Call Box—Vanderbilt Street Playground
Police Call Box—Wellhouse
Police Call Box—Terrace Bridge
Police Call Box—16th Street
Police Call Box—Nethermead South
Police Call Box—Bartel-Pritchard Square
Police Call Box—Bandshell
Police Call Box—Picnic House
Police Call Box—Third Street Playground
Concert Grove
Restrooms - Willink
Restrooms—Parade Ground
Restrooms—Stewart Playground
Restrooms—Grand Army Plaza
Points of Interest—Wellhouse
One of the park’s oldest structures, now serves as the city's first compostable restrooms in a public park.
Restrooms—Picnic House
Restrooms—Lincoln Road