Kaiser Park, with its northwestern corner nestled on Coney Island, is the perfect combination of beach fun, beauty and functionality.
Want the perks of a beach? Head to the pier, toss a line, and see what fish are biting today. Or, if it's just the beauty you want, stare at the sun setting behind the distant Verrazano-Narrows Bridge or go to the Gravesend Bay side of the park for a glimpse of magnificent migrating birds.
After all that relaxing, lace up your sneakers and jog a lap around the state-of-the-art track reopened in 2006. If team sports are more your style, meet some friends at the soccer, football, or baseball fields, all of which have also been recently renovated.
Finally, end your day with a barbeque at one of the 20 grills within the park. While digesting your meal, plan your next trip to the park. Will it be tennis, handball, or playground fun the next time around?
Come out and get active in your neighborhood park! We welcome New Yorkers 60+ to participate in free tennis lessons,...
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Friends of Kaiser Park: (917) 873-9261