Bush Terminal Park is a secluded natural space in the industrial section of Sunset Park, built on the footprint of the abandoned piers of the old Bush Terminal shipping port. This waterfront park offers spectacular views of Lower Manhattan and the State of Liberty, and a unique opportunity to actually get close to the waterfront, with walking paths, tidal pools, and restored wetlands. The park also offers paths for walking, jogging, and cycling, as well as fields for soccer and baseball. The park is a short walk from the Brooklyn Army Terminal, and if you’re entering through the 43rd St entrance, be sure to stop by the monument to Irving T. Bush, founder of the Bush Terminal and instrumental figure in the building of the Army Terminal.
Entrances on 1st Ave at 43rd St & 50th St // Public Park // More Info