Lakeside at Prospect Park Reopens to the Public
Lakeside at Prospect Park officially reopens to the public on Saturday, Aug. 1 with modified hours for boating, biking, and other activities.
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Cruiser: $13/hour; $26/half-day; $33/full-day
Kids: $8/hour; $18/half-day; $25/full-day
Tag-a-long: $8/hour; $18/half-day; $25/full-day
Kids Trailer: $8/hour; $18/half-day; $25/full day
Boat rental rates:
All boat rentals include life jackets.
Single Pedal Boat (2 person + one lap child capacity): $26/hour
Double Pedal Boat (4 person + one lap child capacity): $36/hour
Single Kayak (1 person): $16/hour; $30/half-day; $40/full-day
Double Kayak (2 person): $25/hour; $38/half-day; $45/full-day
Lakeside at Prospect Park is a 26-acre, multi-purpose activity hub and community gathering place inside Prospect Park. The state-of-the-art facility boasts a skating pavilion with two rinks for ice skating, roller skating, or water play, depending on the season. Visitors can rent boats, tour Prospect Park Lake via electric boat, and take in a beautiful view from the venue's spacious green roof terraces. Guests who want to refuel and relax can dine at Bluestone, Lakeside's signature restaurant and event space, that features distinctive specialty menu items from local artisans and small businesses, alongside traditional favorites.
Additionally, Lakeside brings Brooklynites and visitors of all ages curated programming and entertainment while providing a one-of-a-kind venue perfect for hosting special events ranging from children's birthday parties and charity benefits to elaborate galas, weddings, corporate events, and marketing activations.
For more information, visit lakesideprospectpark.com.