Thomas Jefferson Park
Park, Dog Run, Skate Park
- Connect to free Wi-Fi, courtesy of AT&T.
- Around the recreation center at Thomas Jefferson Park, you'll find one of the new public wi-fi hotspots provided by AT&T and New York City in parks across the five boroughs. Nice!
- Joggin! Then the Loooove Cafe :)
- Though just a few blocks long, Jefferson park is constantly bustling with activity -- from runners and pick-up basketball games to DIY outdoor fitness seekers and families.
- Pick up after your animal. They would do the same.
- A DJ at the park on fathers day? I'll take it!
- Great park! Keep it clean!
- 20 Parks in NYC to get free public wi-fi starting in the fall, but you can enjoy it now around the recreation center at Thomas Jefferson Park.
- No it's NOT open yet, but it is being built and with the proliferation of the skaters that are infiltrating these parts it's a good thing. This will be one of (3) located in Manhattan. stay tuned!
- Infested with rats
- Check out the Thomas Jefferson Pool, constructed between 1935-37 it was designated in 2007. The cheif architectural feature is the U-shaped bath house, with decorative brickwork and cast stone.
- The holidays mean that this park is overrun with families in need of urban respite. While the space is well laid out, it's volume is too heavy for it's size. Barbecue grill central!!! Cool sculptures.
- Pack a lunch and eat there then go for a nice walk and stop and rest for a while.
- lovin the park :)
- A surprise oasis in the middle of east Harlem (via Scoville)
- The workout area has pull-up bars of different heights, monkey bars, parallel bars, flat and incline benches & agility stations. Blog with video: https://yoked.net/blogs/workouts/thomas-jefferson-park
- Chilling in Jefferson Park
- For a great time , make sure to stop by Jefferson Park
- Spend some quality time with your licensed pup at the Thomas Jefferson Park Dog Run. For info on dog licensing visit: http://on.nyc.gov/M85uPu. For more info about dog runs visit: http://bit.ly/Ra5S4w
- L. Brower Hatcher's 18ft sculpture, El Arbol de Esperanza, includes bronze figures made by local students. Look up to see what they created! http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/panyc/hatcher.shtml