McCarren Park Pool
Brooklyn, NY 11222
Located within the 35-acre McCarren Park, McCarren Pool was one of eleven pools opened by Robert Moses in 1936. The pool closed in 1984 and sat unused until the summer of 2005, when the empty pool basin opened as a popular venue for concerts, dance, and movies. In 2012, a renovated McCarren Pool opened as a center for year-round recreation for the residents of northern Brooklyn. The rehabilitation of the Pool preserved the historic bathhouse building and entry arch.
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It's a good idea to bring wax.
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It's made from that sidewalk concrete.. With the cracks and everything!
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the gate is open 24/7, and there's just enough light from the surrounding park, pool, and streets for night sessions without the crowd.
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