Louis Valentino Jr Park & Pier

Park, Piers
Coffey St & Ferris St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(212) 639-9675

Tips

  • At Valentino Pier, you can watch the Staten Island Ferry pass by the city's best front-facing view of the Statue of Liberty.
  • Sweeping skyline views and waterfront tranquility draw visitors to this Red Hook retreat all year long, while free kayaking and outdoor films make it a bona fide summer hotspot.
  • great view of lower Manhattan & the Statue of Liberty
  • Go fish! Fish for bluefish, striped bass, fluke, and weakfish while enjoying views of the Statue of Liberty, Governors Island, Manhattans skyline, Staten Island, and the New York Harbor.
  • This small Red Hook peninsula, which overlooks the Statue of Liberty and Governors Island, has one very big element working in its favor: Its among the best spots in the city to see the sun go down.
  • Statue of liberty
  • come for the view
  • I have no words ....Lady Liberty .... Wonderful.
  • Great view of the Statue of Liberty from Brooklyn
  • Free kayaks and a little beach were you can dip you feet in the water.
  • Awesome views of Lady Liberty and great waves on a windy day...
  • Great place for a picnic, or to sit while eating your key lime pie.
  • watching sunsets, having picnics and etc
  • Great views of the Statue of Liberty
  • Favorite outdoor reading spot
  • Don't be creep, leave your lounge chairs at home. (Bring a blanket instead.)
  • Great sunset views. Tranquil & peaceful, barely anyone here. Pack a picnic or grab a key lime pie on a stick from Steve's, but don't forget the mosquito repellent
  • good view of the statue of liberty
  • Named in honor ofa fallen firefighter and NYC Parks Department lifeguard, this pier was built on former bustling shipping industry property.
  • This small pier and park, named for a fallen firefighter, has awe-inspiring views of the Statue of Liberty and across the Hudson. You won't need prompting to take pictures.

Nearby places

185 Van Dyke St (at Ferris St)
500 Van Brunt St (at Reed St)
24 Reed St (btwn Van Brunt & Conover St)