BROOKLYN - Beginning this summer, residents can take advantage of free Wi-Fi access at five parks in Brooklyn.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced this afternoon that free Wi-Fi will become available at 20 city parks, courtesy of AT&T.

Bloomberg said the Parks Department partnered with AT&T to get the city connected for free for the next five years.

Visitors will be able to get Internet access using their wireless devices at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Fort Greene Park, Herbert Von King Park, McCarren Park and Prospect Park.