Hudson River Park

We relax near the mighty Hudson

Hudson River Park

Hudson River Park

The Hudson River Park is a 550 acre waterfront park that extends from 59th Street south to Battery Park in Manhattan. It’s a great place to see the Hudson River and relax in the Autumn sunshine.

The park is the second biggest park in Manhattan, after Central Park and includes tennis and soccer fields, playgrounds, and many other recreational features.

It connects Battery Park at the south end, the World Trade Center memorial and World Financial Center, some historic piers, and the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum at the north end where it becomes known as the Riverside Park.

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