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A parking lot is available at the Parade Grounds of Prospect Park, a few blocks north of the Church Avenue trailhead. Subway riders can take the Q train to the Ocean Parkway Station, just a block from the trail's southern terminus on Sea Breeze Avenue. There are also several F-line subway stations on McDonald Avenue, which parallels Ocean Parkway a few blocks to the west.
It's a shame this path is not well maintained. There's also a lot of speeding ebikes, so be careful!
I rode my bike down to Brighton Beach the other evening and this pathway is 1. too crowded, 2. poorly maintained and 3. very stressful during daylight hours. It’s full of traffic and people and it’s not very relaxing unless you’re walking at night or not during a pandemic here in Brooklyn, New York City!
Only acceptable for the large wheels bikes. Can not enjoy rollerblading or a ride on a smaller bikes.
The path is very poorly maintained, with lot of potholes and tree roots coming out. Safer to ride with that cars to be honest.
This path follows Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn. You are riding on a sidewalk, separate from cars but not from careless people. It is a bike only path but that's usually ignored a few pedestrians per block. I use it daily for one segment of my trip to work. It is poorly maintained.
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