Rector Park is made up of twin gardens. Quiet, not active, recreation is encouraged here.
Red Hook Park is a neighborhood park bursting with activities for people of all ages.
Inspired by urban rooftop designs in Japan, this 28-acre multi-level landscaped recreational facility is a state-of-the-art park facility and the only park of its kind in New York. Rising 69 feet above the Hudson River, Riverbank offers a wide variety of recreational, athletic and arts experiences for all ages, interests and abilities.
This popular 266-acre park, stretches along five miles of the Hudson and provides some of the best views of the river in Manhattan, especially from the bike path and the piers at 70th and 125th Streets. The park runs from West 62nd to West 158th Streets.
Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park is the southernmost portion of Battery Park City Parks Conservancy. There is an on-site independently operated restaurant, and restroom facilities.
Opened in March 1971, Rochdale Park consists of a main park (8.363 acres) and a playground (.919 acres). Parks, in cooperation with the Board of Education, maintains the playground in service of the local community and the nearby J.H.S. 72 (Count and Catherine Basie School).
This NYC landmark includes Art Deco masterpieces, famous buildings and a rich, cultural history.
This is the northernmost section of lawn in Battery Park City Parks.
The park his home to a Gothic Revival structure that originally served as a hospital for the treatment of smallpox, and for many years was New York City's only such institution. It is now a picturesque ruin.
The largest stretch of open space in the Lower East Side, this park caters to its wide variety of users by offering a diverse array of facilities and activities. Highlights include the Golden Age Center for senior citizens, a recently renovated synthetic turf soccer field, several playgrounds for kids, a vendor‚ market and a roller-skating rink.