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Crown Heights is a neighborhood that is centrally located in Brooklyn. The community has multiple private, public, and charter schools along with several museums, and many places of worship that residents can access on foot. A library and historic districts and landmarks in the area also make ideal walking destinations during your daily outing. You can find quite a few amenities in the area. 


If you travel on foot in Crown Heights or walk your dog daily, you will experience lots of different weather conditions. Due to New York's coastal location, weather systems from the Atlantic often affect conditions and rain, wet weather, humidity, and storms are frequent in the area. Pedestrians and maybe even their pets will benefit from warm, waterproof outerwear in the winter when temperatures are cool and precipitation, sometimes in the form of snow, occurs. Summers are hot and humid and cool breathable clothing is recommended for long excursions.

Terrain in Crown Heights
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly

Crown Heights is a residential and commercial area with single-family dwellings, townhouses, duplexes, and multi-family structures. Apartments, retail shops, restaurants, and institutions like schools, libraries, and museums can be found here. Tree-lined sidewalks provide shady walkways for locals strolling the neighborhood with their pets. 

The landscape has some inclines and was originally built on a series of hills in the area. Streets are laid out in a typical urban grid pattern. The area is highly developed and urban and roads have plenty of traffic that pedestrians will need to watch for when crossing thoroughfares. There are two metro lines with train tracks running through the area and railway tracks create barriers for on foot travel that must be crossed at designated pedestrian crossing points in the southeast. The IRT line transitions from a tunnel to an elevated structure at Lincoln Park. Eastern Parkway is the main thoroughfare in the region running east-west along the south border of Crown Heights.

Greenways in Crown Heights
60 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Brooklyn have an average of:
38 Greenways
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The Eastern Parkway pedestrian mall provides a greenway for people and their pets along the south border of Crown Heights. Lincoln Terrace Park is located on the southwest corner and provides 17 acres of recreational park space with paved paths and off-leash dog areas located on the Eastern Parkway between Buffalo Avenue and Rochester Avenue. 


Prospect Park is located on the southwest corner of Crown Heights and this 526-acre flagship park provides multiple trails and greenways for walking with your canine companion on a leash. The upper and middle meadows of this park are designated dog-friendly, off-leash areas. St. John's Park is located within the neighborhood and provides athletic fields, sports facilities, and paved pedestrian paths. Brower Park is also a dog-friendly, off-leash park except in designated areas such as playgrounds. 


Wingate Park is a 6-acre park in Crown Heights with paths creating greenways you and your leashed pet can enjoy.

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