INSIDE: A sneak peek at Lincoln Road Playground Prospect Park Brooklyn.
The best thing at this playground in Brooklyn Prospect Park is the Water Squirting Frogs.
If you visit the Lincoln Road playground on a hot day, what fun it would be to skip and swirl through the Lincoln Playground water play area in New York to dodge their mischievous sprays and sprinklers.
But it was too cold for the frogs to squirt us when we visited.
Our adventures to the Lincoln playground in Brooklyn happened on a day where there was an unexpected out-of-season snow dump, and the frogs were frozen solid.
But it’s a cute playground regardless.
Take a look below for details of how to find it.
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Guide to Lincoln Road Playground Prospect Park
This Brooklyn Prospect Park playground is for kids of all ages.
For the Big Kids
- a giant climbing fort jungle gym with ladders of various shapes, sizes and directions
- elevated walking platforms and bridges
- turrets and podiums
For the Little Kids
- a smaller fort structure with stairs and knee platforms for access
- a narrow slide
- a double width slide
- a sandbox for use in warmer weather
Prospect Park Swings
There’s two tyre swings in one area, and eight bucket swings in a separate fenced area too
Lincoln Road Playground has Frog Sprinklers!
Now, you’ll just have to imagine what this water playground in Brooklyn looks like on a warm summers day!
Kids jumping from lily pad to lily pad, as they run in and out between the sprinklers.
We’ll be back to try it out soon.
Where to eat near Lincoln Playground Prospect Park
Wholesome Gourmet Market is on 534 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA.
It serves coffee, fresh juices, burgers, panini, omelettes, breakfast from the griddle, and more.
THE INSIDE SCOOP: Lincoln Road Playground at Prospect Park
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Address: Ocean Ave and Lincoln Road, Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA
Telephone: +1 212-639-9675 (or call 311)
Website: Click here
Opening Hours: 8am till dusk
Entry Fees: Free
How to get to Lincoln playground Prospect Park Brooklyn
By Bus: Catch the B41 bus to Flatbush Av/Lincoln Rd from Brooklyn Bridge area
By Subway: From Times Square, catch the Q (yellow line) train to Coney Island – Stillwell Ave, to Prospect Park Station, and walk three minutes.
By Taxi/Uber: Disembark at Ocean Ave and Lincoln Road, Brooklyn
There’s parking garages nearby, and a few on street parks as well if you are lucky.
Facilities at Lincoln Park playground in Brooklyn
Toilets: No. Click here for closest bathrooms in Prospect Park.
Disability access: Yes, limited
Closest ATM: TD Bank is in the southwest corner of Prospect Park
Enclosed: Yes, fenced.
Ground cover: Rubber tiles, concrete
Picnic tables: No, but plenty of bench seating
Electric BBQs: No
Water Bubblers/fountains: Yes
Scooters and Bikes: Yes
Toadstool Rating – Prospect Park playground
If you are in the area on a hot day, make a beeline. But don’t make a special visit.
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