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Fort Tryon Park New York City, NY 4.3 km away
#5 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
Take time to take the A Train to 190th St. and visit Fort Tryon Park, which includes The Cloisters, beautiful flower gardens (including a heather garden), incredible views of the Hudson River, trails and a dog park.
This great park has lot of history, beautiful plantings, which change often, great views of the Hudson and Manhattan, and is a short walk to the Cloisters, with its amazing architecture and artifacts, all of which...
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Central Park New York City, NY 8.0 km away
#1 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
It is a beautiful park, filled with meadows, trees, foliage, gardens, rocks and other formations, streams, lakes, ponds, bridges sculptures, statues stunning architecture and many historical sites.
Wonderful park- plenty to see and do ... Riding the pedicab and looking at the unique bridges and parts of the park - spring flowers and gorgeous trees really are stunning and in an amazing location.
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Riverside Park New York City, NY 4.7 km away
#7 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
Winter sledding; spring cherry blossom groves; a wide range of free summer NYC Parks sunset concerts, free theater performances that hug the dramatic tiered levels of the 1893 Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument; peop...
Is a scenic waterfront public park on the Upper West Side, it is embellished with numerous notable monuments and statues, including the: Joan of Arc, Eleanor Roosevelt Monument, Grant's Tomb, Soldiers' and Sailors...
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Hamilton Grange National Memorial New York City, NY 4.1 km away
#12 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
This was a wonderful tour of Hamilton's home, The Grange. Park service did a wonderful job and our tour guide was very informative.
Wonderful site to visit, can take the A train to 145st and walk to Nicholas Park, where the Hamilton House now resides.
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Overpeck County Park Leonia 2.6 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Leonia
Great place for: an exercise walk; a nature walk - wonderful wildlife to observe; watching or playing a game - tennis, baseball, soccer, football;, bringing the kids to the playground area; enjoying the dog park:...
Overpeck County Park (Fort Lee, NJ) - Incredible Park for Walking
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Fort Lee
This park is great for everyone and I really love it.
Conservatory Garden New York City, NY 6.8 km away
#6 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
go and walk around the gardens and enjoy a respite from the hustle and bustle of ny.....lots of beautiful flowers shrubs and trees....this will be a memorable time spent in central park....take lots of gorgeous co...
The gardens are well kept the park rangers are the best I cherish my time on the weekends and this place helps me decompress from the challenges that I face daily on my job.
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Van Cortlandt Park Bronx, NY 4.7 km away
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bronx
A city recreation mecca, Van Cortlandt Park hosts facilities for a long list of sports: baseball, basketball, bocci, cricket, football, soccer, tennis, handball, paddleball, and golf.
The park and the rest of the areas are so relaxing and peaceful you will find it hard to believe that you are in the middle of the Bronx it's a great place to go for some quiet time away from the hustle and bustle...
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Wave Hill Bronx, NY 7.2 km away
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bronx
It is an opportunity to commune with nature, reflect and embrace a meticulously manicured landscape that allows one to dream, meander hallowed grounds (walk ON THE GRASS) and be greeted by WH personnel who are pro...
This is a fantastic park, easy to get to, in the Bronx.It has a magnificent view of the Hudson River.
New York Botanical Garden Bronx, NY 8.0 km away
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bronx
The grounds are a natural environment and well curated so it is more than a walk in the park, It is an educational walk, if you'd like it to be. the weather was perfect when we went, so that helps.
From spring time tulip display, to the fall azaleas, the botanical garden has a lot to offer, always special displays all throughout the year, a must visit for plant and nature lovers!
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#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Fort Lee
Bryant Park New York City, NY 10.9 km away
#2 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
A wonderful little park with all sorts of activities including birdwatching walks, concerts and boules but best of all an outdoor library where you can enjoy papers/magazines and books at your leisure.
We just stumbled upon Bryant Park as we were walking to the New York Public Library, and discovered this beautiful little park, with wonderful foodie options, great seating, gaming areas, and the loveliest little...
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#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Fort Lee
Bronx Zoo Bronx, NY 7.7 km away
#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bronx
Besides the Zoo being a perfect place to visit and enjoy your day with the animals, the newly opened Nature Trek it 100% awesome, bridges, walkways into the trees, its just great, we both had tons of fun and its g...
We love our premium family membership, it gives us free parking plus access to all zoos in NYC including Central Park Zoo, Queens Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, Staten Island Zoo and Coney Island Aquarium.
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Flat Rock Brook Nature Center Englewood 2.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Englewood
The trails are clearly defined leading from Allison Park .The center which is in a beautiful facility hosts many classes from toddlers thru Seniors.
After we visited the Nature Center we took the White Path to the Red Path to the Orange Path to get to the Picnic/Playground area.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir New York City, NY 7.2 km away
#15 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir was built in the 1860’s as an emergency water source for New York City and is located in Manhattans Central Park.
Pause at the north part of the park in late afternoon as the sun is streaking across from the west, and look south for THE BEST RESERVOIR VIEW (!!!).
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Teaneck Creek Conservancy Teaneck 4.0 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Teaneck
The park has an interesting history (it was founded by environmentalists, artists, and teachers), so it is also very educational.
Great Place for a Walk in Nature!
Inwood Hill Park New York City, NY 4.1 km away
#36 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
Great commute on public transportation A Forest in Manhattan with Native American caves peaceful walk surrounded by trees Very clean park
There are also some good restaurants in the area around Broadway plus you can visit the Marsh and Columbia Stadium that are at the tip of the park and there are some great views of the cliffs with the giant 'C' on...
Morningside Park New York City, NY 4.8 km away
#31 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
The park is so beautiful and it was a pleasure to see multitudes of people, including so many families enjoying this beautiful park during the dog days of summer.
Lovely park for running and also if you are looking for a peaceful location to have some peace of mind.
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Astoria Park Astoria, NY 9.2 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Astoria
Anywhoo, I truly love Astoria park - it's got the lushness of Central Park's Sheep Meadow, the quirkiness and activity buzz of Brooklyn's Prospect Park but a more intimate feel and picturesque scenery (crazy up-cl...
East River views, NYC skyline, concerts, events, movies, walks, track, workout stations, skateboard park, pictures, sunsets, magnificent!!!
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Hamilton Park Weehawken 10.0 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Weehawken
Very cute hillside Park, benches, monuments, gorgeous architecture, in a beautiful neighborhood, and a perfect spot to watch the sun set to get some beautiful shots of the city!
Hamilton Park has the most amazing, breath taking view of the most beautiful skyline in the world.
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Heather Garden New York City, NY 3.0 km away
#74 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
J Hood Wright Park New York City, NY 2.7 km away
#109 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
St. Nicholas Park New York City, NY 3.8 km away
#58 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
The park hosts the relocated home of Alexander Hamilton called Hamilton Grange, which also functions as a museum that showcases Hamilton's personal and political achievements.
A cool stone stairway and gardens - I really enjoyed it and wish I had a longer time to explore more of the park.
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Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial New York City, NY 8.6 km away
#18 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
This tribute to John Lennon stands as a monument to a great performer but it is also a wonderful spot in Central Park to pause in ones day and give thanks for what we have and what can be learned still.
Afterwards you can take a walk through Central Park Well worth a visit if you loved Lennon's music and have a few extra days in New York to spare after seeing all the top sights.
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The High Line New York City, NY 12.9 km away
#3 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
It's a beautiful park with lots of beautiful and unique plantings designed by famed landscape architect Piet Oudolf and because you're above the busy streets, it seems so peaceful and quiet as you meander through...
This unique park/walkway along the west side of Manhattan (right by the Whitney Museum at Gansevoort to 34th St.) is a delightful stroll and gives walkers a wonderful, different view of the city.
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Highbridge Park New York City, NY 4.2 km away
#53 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
Lush with trees and with unpaved, sometimes non-existent walk paths, it makes you feel like you're in a forest until you hear and see the road traffic beneath the park.
This park is historic and contributes a lot to the history of NYC.
Shakespeare Garden New York City, NY 8.1 km away
#19 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
On our way, we stumbled upon the beautiful brilliance of Shakespeare Garden and were were simply amazed and thankful to behold this beauty upon the lovely hill side in Central Park.
You will find this marked on most maps and guides that show Central Park and if there is enough time it is worth a ten minute walk around.
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#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Paramus
Fab park, some nice walks throughout , nice place to visit, lovely little Christmas village set up here just after Thanksgiving, was nice to see families all out enjoying themsleves
This might be the best county park in Bergen County, it has some thing for everyone, great zoo, carousel, train ride, pony rides, ball fields, dog park, and a very large playground for kids.