FREE Wi-Fi In New York City Parks

The City of New York and AT&T have announced a five-year initiative to provide free Wi-Fi service at 26 locations in 20 of New York City parks across the five boroughs. AT&T Wi-Fi is now available FREE of charge to park visitors in all five boroughs with additional park locations to follow throughout the year.

New Yorkers will be able to stay connected with their smart phones, tablets and other Wi-Fi enabled devices as they enjoy everything City parks, big and small, have to offer. AT&T Wi-Fi at City parks is free for all users.

 

BRONX LOCATIONS:

Devoe Park
Hunts Point Riverside Park
Joyce Kilmer Park: north playground

BROOKLYN LOCATIONS:

Brooklyn Bridge Park: Pier 1
Brooklyn Bridge Park: Pier 6
Fort Greene Park: around the monument & visitor’s center

Herbert Von King Park: Amphitheater
McCarren Park: around the field house

  • Prospect Park: around the Picnic House

MANHATTAN LOCATIONS:

Battery Park: Bosque area.
Battery Park: Ferry landing.
Central Park: Mineral Springs (around the restaurant).
Central Park: Rumsey Playfield (the Wi-Fi in this location is available from June to early September, in conjunction with the SummerStage concert series).
Central Park: Tavern on the Green.
Central Park: Zoo.
Holcombe Rucker Park.
Marcus Garvey Park: Amphitheater.

Thomas Jefferson Park.
Tompkins Square Park: around the field house.

QUEENS LOCATIONS:

Astoria Park: track & ball fields
MacDonald Park,
Flushing Meadows Corona Park:
Queens Zoo

STATEN ISLAND LOCATIONS:

Clove Lakes Park: ball fields
Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach: around the South Fin Restaurant

FUTURE 2012 LOCATIONS IN MANHATTAN: –

  • The High Line
  • Foley Square parks
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