Riverside Park, New York City
About Riverside Park, New York City
Riverside Park, New York City - Address, Phone Number
Address: New York, NY, United States
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Located on the borough of Upper West Manhattan, this beautiful and scenic waterfront is a lovely place to spend beautiful mornings and to take a drive through. It is operated and maintained by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. The biggest highlight of this route is definitely the otherwise unseen views of Hudson River. It is a great escape from the hustle bustle of the city and is quite affordable. Being accessible to people from all the income backgrounds is what makes this place a meeting point only for people who love to come relax and enjoy nature to its fullest.
Riverside Park Information
- Explore the waterfront on a bicycle if you wish to.
Riverside Park Ticket Prices
- 2.00 $ for the map.
How To reach Riverside Park by Public Transport
- Come to 105th Street.
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Park is one of many wonderful parks that Manhattan has along its fabulous waterfront. It's a great place to hike, jog or bike. The view of the Hudson (I know this is a strange thing to say) is routinely jaw-dropping. It's just a gorgeous park anytime of year, but most especially right now in the summertime.
Most people don't know it, but this park is way better than Central Park. That is, if you want to scenic view to enjoy yourself or share with a loved one. And you'll get one wicked sunset over the water. But, if you head out close to the water pass the highway, you should probably stay close to the entrances because the stretches between passageways are far between. Or maybe you can pack a lunch, make a day out of it. Also, there's quite a few soccer fields and tennis courts and even a skate park. Go on and relax and watch a game if you have the time. If you want my vote, it's the absolute best park in Manhattan, but if you're looking for a place to eat you should probably get it before entering
This is a fantastic place to come for activities. They offer tons of classes for kids and adults. The facilities are great and the recreational grounds are offer a lot too. In summer you can enjoy wonderful picnics and the beautiful view and in winter you can just come ice skating and take advantage of the indoor swimming. The only down side is the smell as the whole park is built on a land fill.
One of my favorite places to find peace and anchoring. This is the park that birth my love of photography. As a woman of strong faith that believes Jesus Christ is Lord, I'm extremely thankful that I'm within walking distance from this peaceful place. I love nature and I love praying. Riverside Park blesses me with the opportunity to truly experience peace, and grow my gratitude of life. Life can be tough with some valleys that seem like they do not end, and Riverside Park can be a timely reminder that "this too shall pass." If anyone is looking for a haven then this is it.
A park down the shore of the Hudson, what a great idea. So many cool spots to hang out, bike ride, run, you name it. Summer time brings concerts so you never know what will happen any given weekend.
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