Cobble Hill Park
- Grass to lay on in the center. Sandbox on the west side. Grab some food at Ted & Honey and eat on the benches or many tables.
- The park's southern border of Verandah Place is lined with carriage houses and stables built in the 1840s/50's for the neighborhood's wealthy. No. 40 Verandah Place once housed novelist Thomas Wolfe.
- Nice little park with a 'no dog' green grass area that makes for impromptu picnics without a poopy pants worry.
- Wonderful little park that is situated on a historical block in Cobble Hill. The cherry blossoms are beautiful in the springtime.
- Great little park and no swings, for better or worse (but often better)
- Almost completely taken over by babies.
- Best little park in Brooklyn.
- Watch out for mosquitos here
- Peaceful and serene- great place to sit, read, and enjoy the scenery.
- More of a serene garden than a park. Perfect place to enjoy your ice cream
- Great neighborhood park, excellent for scooting and playing in the sandbox.
- Cutesy park. Not crowded either.
- Turns into Firefly Park in the summer.
- If you want to ensure that your kid doesn't resent you for your complacent role in her paltry, worthless childhood, then don't miss the annual Halloween festivities. Therapy is expensive, candy isn't.
- Just enjoy a bench in this oasis
- Cute little park that has summer concerts. If you stop by make sure you visit Ted and Honey
- Snacks from Ted and Honey on the center grassy knoll makes for a perfect afternoon.
- Consistently sunny benches and game tables, plus neighboring local spots like Ted & Honey make it perfect for sunbathing, impromptu picnics, and the like.
- Perfect little hidden park
- Resting place of beloved pet Turkey i.e. Turko the plug.