Prospect Park is a 585-acre largest public park in Brooklyn. The main attraction of the park includes a 90-acre long meadow, the picnic house, the prospect park zoo, the pre-existing home of Edwin Clark Litchfield, the prospect lake, and the old arches & bridges. The park also boasts a large number of historic buildings such as a restored 1912 carousel, the concert grove - also known as the Oriental Pavilion, the historic eighteenth-century Lefferts House, the Music Pagoda, the colonnaded Grecian Shelter. The park also has sports facilities including seven baseball courts, a tennis center, a basketball court, a soccer field, and much more. The park zoo is a 12-acre zoo, presently offers children’s educational programs, is also engaged in the restoration of endangered species populations, runs a wildlife theater. The zoo houses about 630 animals and with over 300,000 visitors annually visiting the zoo. This park has beautiful gardens and a boat club. There is also 2 ice skating center. The trees are beautiful besides the charming lake.