New Client Special: Get Adult classes for $159 per month when you mention this ad when you sign up.

Prospect Park

Prospect Park is an urban park that is the second largest in Brooklyn, New York City. The park is maintained by a non-profit organization known as the Prospect Park Alliance. The Alliance was formed in 1987 in an attempt to breathe life back into the area that was in a state of decline. Thanks to the Alliance, the park today is healthier than ever and enjoys millions of visitors annually who enjoy the many benefits and activities available on its 526 lush, green acres. 

Where Is Prospect Park Located?

Located at 450 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225, Prospect Park is wonderful for hosting barbecues, birthdays, or social events/special events. The park is home to dozens of athletic and recreational facilities including baseball fields, basketball and tennis courts, and even a skating rink. The park is also dog friendly, as well as a bridal path for horseback riding.

What To Do At Prospect Park?

Home to the first urban-area Audubon Center in the nation, park visitors can explore and learn about the park and its many diverse ecosystems. The Audubon Center has hands-on exhibits and live animals for children (and adults) of all ages. The Center also offers park visitors the option to borrow a free Discovery Pack which is filled with items to help explorers of the park discover the life and beauty around them.

Prospect Park also has its own zoo. The zoo is home to nearly 400 animals and 150 different species. The zoo has plenty of animals to see and exhibits to visit including a barn and garden exhibit which features friendly and gentle animals that you can feed and touch. 

Other Things To Do Nearby

While you’re in Brooklyn, you might want to check out the New York Transit Museum. Visitors are able to explore and learn of the region’s land-based transportation history and progression. Explore galleries and exhibits, as well as a selection of vintage train cars and buses that have been fully restored. 

Another area to be sure to check out is the Bushwick Collective. This is a non-profit outdoor gallery that talented artists from all over the world have contributed to. From breathtaking artwork and beautiful murals, this collection is something that no art lover will want to miss. 

How To Get To Prospect Park From Performance Jiu Jitsu

If you or your kiddos are visiting our friends at Performance Jiu Jitsu, taking a class or simply checking it out, be sure to also check out the beauty of Prospect Park. Below are the driving directions to the park from Performance Jiu Jitsu. Click here to visit another fun location. 

Get Your Free Trial Class!

What would a first free class be like?

Our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu class starts with a light stretch and warm-up. A lesson and concept are taught with very helpful details that make it easy for anyone to understand. We then pair up and practice the techniques. New students are paired up with more experienced students to help them along. In the White Belt Beginner Martial Arts Classes at our Bergen County academy, new students only drill the techniques until they're comfortable enough to spar.

Most people are surprised by how friendly and welcoming everyone is at PJJ, making your first Bergen County Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu class an enjoyable experience.
Call Now Button