Do you like long walks by the water? Picnicking in summertime and sledding in the winter? We have the perfect match for you! No, this isn't a personal ad; it's Owl's Head Park. The spacious property contains rolling hills, peaceful, meandering pathways, and breathtaking views of the New York skyline and striking Verrazano Narrows Bridge.
Once you fall for its aesthetics, settle in and explore its more active attractions. Basketball courts, a playground area, a spray pool, and a popular skate park fall within its borders. Four-legged visitors voice (well, bark) their approval of the 150-foot long by 40-foot wide dog run where they can romp and run with fellow canines.
No matter your mood, Owl's Head Park is an ideal destination. Come reconnect with nature and get away from the everyday grind on this hilltop patio.
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One of seven City skate parks and the only in Brooklyn, Millennium Skate Park provides a safe place for bikers, bladers, and skaters to congregate and improve their skills.
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Owls Head Park Dog Run
Owl's Head Park is under construction at the intersection of Shore Road and 68th Street to reconstruct dog runs for both small and large dogs in Owl’s Head Park. The dog runs will encourage safe and open play while supplying proper drainage, safe lighting, and various healthy plantings. New features will include permeable surfaces, benches, fences, drinking fountains, and improved odor and dust control.
Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014
- DiMattina Park, Dyker Beach Park, and Owl's Head Park Dog Run Reconstruction
- Owls Head Park Flagpole Installation