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Transmitter Park is just 6.61-acres but has a fascinating story. Located in the northern part of Greenpoint on the river’s edge, Transmitter Park is a natural inlet that was once the hunting ground of the Native Americans and home to NYC public radio station, WNYC. Open as new parkland in 2012 as part of the area’s rezoning; this location boasts some unbelievable views of Manhattan’s skyline that can be enjoyed from its large open lawn or viewing piers. 

Msgr. McGolrick Park low-key, dog-friendly, and filled with a rich canopy of older trees. Land for this nine-plus acre park was secured in 1889 by Assemblyman Winthrop Jones, whom the park was originally named after. It has a historic central pavilion that dates back to 1910 and nearby monuments that pay tribute to local World War I heroes and the USS Monitor. Winthrop Park became Msgr. McGolrick Park in 1941. 

McCarren Park sits squarely on the border of Greenpoint and Williamsburg. Originally referred to as Greenpoint Park, the 35 acres of bustling activity was renamed McCarren Park in 1909 after a local politician secured funding to modernize the facility. Complete with baseball and soccer fields, courts for handball, basketball, tennis, a fitness facility, a skatepark, grills, a playground, and a New Deal Era swimming pool. Perhaps you all recall the pool is were our organization co-hosted the famed Pool Party Concerts from 2006-2008.