Riverside Park

Park
Riverside Dr (btwn W 59th St & St. Clair Pl)
New York, NY 10025
Monday
6:00am - 1:00am
Tuesday
6:00am - 1:00am
Wednesday
6:00am - 1:00am
Thursday
6:00am - 1:00am
Friday
6:00am - 1:00am
Saturday
6:00am - 1:00am
Sunday
6:00am - 1:00am

Tips

  • Mobile device in need of some juice? Head over to Pier 1 to power up at our #ATTStreetCharge solar-powered mobile charging station.
  • Charles Ginnever is best known for his large-scale works which appear to warp as someone looks at the pieces from different angles. High Rise is on display along the water at 145th through March 2014.
  • Check out "Invisible Man: a Memorial to Ralph Ellison." This sculpture honors author Ralph Ellison, who lived opposite this park.
  • Winner of Best Place To Take A Vigorous Walk in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! Start at West 125th and head south through 109th for best walk.
  • Don't miss the Summer on the Hudson: West Side County Fair. It's an old-style county fair equipped with carnival rides, reptile shows, sideshows and even an open jam session. Sun, 9/7, 1pm, free.
  • Better than central park for a jog
  • Bikers... This isn't Tour De France ... Take it easy.enjoy the view and look out for kids after say noon.
  • Another great place to enjoy a great run or bike ride. For those more adventurous types, you can go Kayaking or dive in for a triathlon-training swim.
  • Riverside Park stretches for four miles along the Hudson River from W 72nd St to 158th St. Original design by same architect of Central Park, Frederick Law Olmsted (1875). Full history in blog. <LINK>
  • dogs allowed offleash until 9am, a lot of folks come out with dogs, especially weekends
  • Omg!!! Love coming here any time of the day for biking or just to watch the view and relaxed.
  • The expansive park runs along the Hudson River and is one of eight officially designated scenic landmarks in New York. Sports fields, elm trees, and a public marina welcome neighbors of all kinds.
  • Enter the park from 83rd st. and climb the rock to the right. This is where E.A. Poe used to sit & look at the Hudson. True, you can't see the river from that spot anymore (trees) but who cares? Poe!
  • Relaxing, refreshing with the great view!
  • Bring your own dinner to the terrace at 102nd St and dine al fresco (and a covert bottle of wine)
  • This park is awesome for jogging, walking your dog, hiking or gazing the Hudson at night with your hot date. Amazing romantic setting and my favorite park in all of NYC.
  • This is where the fight with the Baseball Furies takes place. Look for the Firefighters Memorial that they run past (You can also find where they shot the movie version of big meeting in this park.)
  • Kids can unleash their inner Tarzan swinging on the traveling rings at Hudson Beach (at 105th Street.) Bring gymnastics chalk or gloves to prevent blistered hands.Powered by ParentsConnect.com
  • Go to Gourmet Garage, grab some pastries, coffee and head to the park!
  • Be sure to check out the 91st St. Gardens.

Nearby places

W 79th St (at Riverside Park)
59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West)
Riverside Park (106th street)