Louis Valentino Jr Park & Pier
- 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.