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Take a leisurely ride along our scenic, bike-friendly waterfront greenway that follows the park from Pier 1 to Pier 6, or bike to destination points throughout the park.


Cycling is permitted only on the designated bicycle path. Cycling is not permitted on park paths or the pier promenades. Bike racks are located throughout the park. Do not lock your bike to park fences or railings.


CitiBike is New York City’s bike-sharing system which provides New Yorkers and visitors with a transportation option for getting around the city. Citibikes can be rented from and then returned to any station in the system, including five near the Park:

For more details on the Citi Bike program, including station maps and apps, please visit Citi Bike’s website.


  • Where can I ride my bike in the Park?

      Bicycles are welcome in Brooklyn Bridge Park! Bicycle riding is permissible on the designated bike path only. Riders must dismount their bikes on all other pathways, including the promenades around each pier. Bicycle racks are located throughout the Park, at each Park entrance, and near Park buildings. Please do not lock your bike to any other structure. Bikes left on racks overnight will be removed.

  • Are there public restrooms?

      Yes, there are restrooms at Pier 6 at Fornino, in the Boathouse in the Pier 5 Uplands, in the orange building on Pier 2, in Empire Stores, in 99 Plymouth, and seasonally at the Pier 1 entrance.

  • Is there anywhere to eat?

      Yes! There are lots of places to eat throughout Brooklyn Bridge Park. Please browse through all the concessions and nearby eateries here.

  • Is there Wi-Fi?

      Yes, there is Wi-Fi in the park.

  • Are there water fountains?

      There are water fountains throughout Brooklyn Bridge Park and each has a water bottle filling feature.

      Water fountains are turned off for the winter season when outside temperatures reach freezing.

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