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Tag Archives: New York parks and gardens
Corlears Hook Park Lower East Side source:istockphoto Positioned on a promontory, this little park affords spectacular riverfront views of the Williamsburg and Manhattan bridges, as well as the Brooklyn Naval Yard. East Broadway Jackson and Cherry Sts, New York, NY … Continue reading
Hamilton Fish Park and Pool Lower East Side source:istockphoto An outdoor Olympic lap pool, diving boards, and a children's wading pool, along with basketball courts and a playground make for endless summer enjoyment. Essex Street 128 Pitt St, New York, … Continue reading
Morningside Park Morningside Heights source:istockphoto Winding for 13 blocks along a steep bluff-like hillside, presenting scenic vistas and a waterfall. Multi-use, with hiking, ballfields, and several playgrounds. Cathedral Parkway-110th Street Cathedral Pkwy and Manhattan Ave, New York, NY (212) 937-3883 … Continue reading
Dewitt Clinton Park Midtown West photo credit A sports enthusiast's paradise, offering the only lighted ballfields in west Manhattan, along with basketball and handball courts. Some views of the Hudson. 50th Street 11th Ave and W 52nd St, New York, … Continue reading
John Jay Park and Pool Upper East Side source:istockphoto A beautiful, tree-lined outdoor pool surrounded by a restored wrought iron fence provides summer respite, along with well tended playgrounds and hoops courts. 77th Street E 78th St and Cherokee Pl, … Continue reading
City Hall Park Financial District photo credit A emerald oasis amidst downtown's concrete desert, this 9 acre triangle sits among NYC's municipal government buildings, including the 1812-built city hall. City Hall Broadway and Park Row, New York, NY (212) NEW-YORK … Continue reading
Abingdon Square Park West Village source:istockphoto One of NYC's oldest parks, named after a resident British nobleman with Colonial sympathies. Just a quarter acre, with a winding path and a WWI memorial statue. Eighth Avenue-14th Street Hudson and W 12th … Continue reading
Madison Square Park Gramercy source:istockphoto A historic park surrounded by landmark skyscrapers, offering abundant artwork, ample grassy space, playgrounds, dog runs, and the original Shake Shack eatery. 23rd Street Broadway and E 23rd St, New York, NY (212) 538-1884 Click … Continue reading
Thomas Jefferson Park East Harlem source:istockphoto 15 acres packed to the brim with activities. Run the track, play basketball, baseball, or soccer, and enjoy the large, bustling outdoor pool with a wading area. 116th Street 1st Ave at E 112th … Continue reading