Columbus Park, New York City

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  • There are so many parks in Manhattan! This one is a neighborhood park in Chinatown. Unlike the other parks in Manhattan, it includes a playground.  more »
  • Located at the entrance of the City of Columbia, which is one of the most popular places in the country, it has always been a gathering of people, playing chess or watching people play chess, and playing the erhu and play.
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  • It is the only Park in Chinatown, and is, the great social nucleus of that community. It is a very nice Park, with plenty of space to relax, although it is not entirely clean. It has bathrooms, but not I recommend it at least that are very hurried. It is worth taking some time to be out there and watch the movement of that part of the city.
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  • Columbus Park located in the heart of China Town is a great place to visit with the children and have a wonderful day. There is seating and swings with a safe area where the children could play. Most of the time you will run into musicians playing their music live. It's a family friendly atmosphere for all to enjoy.
  • Park with so much activity that it can't be boring in here. U can do sport, u can walk, u can explore, u can relax, u can go visit a history landmarks, u can feed peagons, u can go true park up and down all day around and never be bored. It's newly renovated so it is another big plus.
  • Very big park with one gaming section, one big sports section, and one children playground. The park has nice flowers and feels earthy. Park has nice water sprinkles which are relaxing and the red seating year. Tons of seats throughout the park. Also a great spot to have takeout food and snacks from Chinatown and Little Italy. The park is well maintained cause i noticed the flowers lovely and fresh. Nice park and feels a little crowded and less sunny due to the surrounding buildings.
  • Overcrowded on the weekends. Lady was feeding her kid lunch on the swing like a high chair while kids were waiting to actually use the swing to um..... swing on it. There's a great jerky place across the street called Jung's that makes it worth grabbing a bite and listening to the old folks play some decent Chinese folk songs.
  • Nice community. Do my exercise during lunch there. Nearby good and cheap eats

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