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Good for a peaceful walk.
I actually prefer this to Central Park. The water! So key.
Great spot for running!
The conclave at riverside park is an iconic spot from 70s movie "the warriors" Its where all the gangs meet at the start and where cyrus gets shot
I was worried the baseball furries would be after me for my wallet but all I found was this squirrel after my nuts
very nice spending the evening walking through this park, where ve flowers, babies, dogs of various breeds with their owners, a lot of people running, riding a bike, rollerblading and skateboarding.
This park is very Charming and overlooking the Hudson River. It is a park frequented more by locals for jogging, walking the dog or family. Worth a visit on a sunny day.
Great place to stroll, watch the staff, sit on the grass and reading a good book.
This park has everything. Biking and jogging along the river, kayaking in it, great sunsets, sunbathing, picnicking.
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.
Beware of dog poop. It's everywhere!
Opino lo mismo empezar en la 125 hacia el south 72th es la mejor forma de conocerlo
Watch your step for duck stuff
ce 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.
Relaxing, refreshing with the great view!
Be careful! Recent crime spree River West. Two bicyclists robbed, mom jogging with strolled attacked + Child Among 4 Hurt in Stabbings Near Riverside Park UWS NYC Oct 1, 2013 http://dnain.fo/18K6wzE
Bring your own dinner to the terrace at 102nd St and dine al fresco (and a covert bottle of wine)
Great park to run at! Not very crowded!
This park was created with love in mind. Enjoy a stroll along Manhattan's Westside while taking in views of New Jersey. Best time to visit is during the early morning or while the sun is setting.
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!
Enjoy the views while walking along the Hudson River and visit each of the Riverside Park dog runs spanning a 35 block span at 72nd St, 87th St, and 105th St.
great place to get a quiet park visit
the best place to sit and have peace of mind or with a friend for a light snack is around the 59th st area of the park
Don't be shy to do yoga outside for your beautiful healing. This place is 5 starz rated anytime of the or and night. See u, jogging peeps
Peace and quiet in the noisiest city.
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.
Check out Summer on the Hudson: RCTA Sunset Concert Series. Ron McClure & Friends open the 2012 season on Saturday, June 10.
Take your shirt off and throw a Frisbee.
Every Saturday at 1pm free Shaolin 5 Animals Kung Fu at 108!
Fken traffic at 9 pm
Great place to fly a kite!
Beautiful park. Great for long walks while enjoying the amazing panorama.
In summer you should go there in the evening. With a light breeze and the view on the Hudson you will enjoy playing soccer on the big field even more. http://jogabo.com/venues/291-riverside-park
Check out the path by the river! (Called Cherry Walk) Entrance at 100th Street.
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.)
Hosts American Cancer Society: Bark for Life event in May:
Check out "Invisible Man: a Memorial to Ralph Ellison." This sculpture honors author Ralph Ellison, who lived opposite this park.
If you get here early enough, you'll find a parking spot.
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.
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.
A four mile stretch along the waterfront, great for marathon training if you run down and into Battery Park at the bottom of the island, and then up the East River Path in a loop.
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