Visitors escaping city life can head to Brooklyn?s Floyd Bennett Field
New York and its boroughs are full of hidden treasures, including ones like the Floyd Bennett Field in southern Brooklyn that is filled with trees and birds.
Floyd Bennett Field, a former airport turned preserve, spreads across hundreds of acres. The area is part of the National Park System and provides city kids who exercise their hands playing video games a chance to exercise their legs by hiking.
Besides a chance to fill one?s lungs with some smog-free air, one of the parks biggest attractions is its price -- free.