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From 68th Street to 155th Street, this quiet park has basketball courts, tennis courts, tree-lined walking paths, and large swaths of grass for tanning. The paved biking trail runs directly alongside the Hudson and stretches all the way down to Battery Park.
Meet at the Soldiers and Sailors monument to learn and practice Tai Chi with instructor Silvana Pizzuti.
Strengthen those core muscles with this full body workout by the Hudson. Riverside Park South- The Plaza at 66th Street.
If you don't like the concrete jungle, then move upstate. But when you crave being surrounded by leafage without being in fear of oncoming traffic, take a brisk walk through Riverside Park's long, skinny 40 blocks. Our favorite starting point is at West 125th Street, veering south through the bird sanctuary, and passing the skate park on 109th Street. It is here that you get lost in lush. Yes, Central Park is perfect for picnics, but Riverside Park excels as a walking destination point... More »
There are plenty of great walks in this bustling town, but take our word for it and start your next trek in Riverside Park at 123rd Street, where General Ulysses S. Grant is entombed (not buried!) next to his wife, Julia. Across the street is the beautiful Sakura Park. Named for its cherry trees ("sakura" means "cherry blossom" in Japanese), the tranquil park features a traditional Japanese stone lantern and a lovely gazebo perfect for meditating in. After you've lingered long enough, the... More »
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