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Inwood Park

Inwood Hill Park is the 3rd largest park in NYC, after Central Park and Riverside Park. It's on the... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2018
Michael N
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Inwood park in NYC is awesome, the river and walk way are really nice, it has always been really... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2018
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27 Jul 2018
“Inwood Park”
18 Jun 2018
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Reviewed 27 July 2018

Inwood Hill Park is the 3rd largest park in NYC, after Central Park and Riverside Park. It's on the northern tip of Manhattan, north of Washington Heights. For seekers and the intrepid, there are caves in Inwood Park that had been occupied by Hessian soldiers-of-fortune...More

Thank Michael N
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Inwood park in NYC is awesome, the river and walk way are really nice, it has always been really clean there. We walk the dog here and feed the ducks. Children play soccer in the park it is really relaxing. A must see in NYC

Thank 529doris
Reviewed 6 June 2017

This place is full of things to do for everyone. There are areas to enjoy a walk around the park and also places for children in the jungle gym. There are also a place to play baseball and soccer games. There is also several places...More

Thank AugustoV01
Reviewed 16 February 2017

We walked up to Inwood yesterday to see if we could see eagles. Winter is a great time to spot bald eagles. In the winter, they fly further south to New York City in search of food. We contacted an Urban Park Ranger through the...More

Thank robcurtross
Reviewed 5 August 2015

Love this place. I visited this park a few years ago and the area has definitely changed. Lots of smaller (hipsterish) cafes and stores have been opening. Parking is just as tough though, since there are tons of apartment buildings. I was lucky enough to...More

Thank Jemlnlx
Reviewed 5 December 2014

At first I felt kind of like it was't a very safe area, then I waited a few minutes and started to see people running, walking their dogs, and laying around. It is a photographers paradise (wildlife photographer). A must place to visit, a hidden...More

1  Thank Edsantiago
Reviewed 2 March 2014

This small Ranger station by thr tidal pool was damaged by hurricane Sandy. It isbeing repaired and a small trailer has been set up. Howeverall the snowhas closed down everything.

Thank trymahjong
Reviewed 27 December 2012

I have years visiting this park and many memories that accompany those visits. But I always remember coming here on school trips and past the swing sets, the slides and the baseball fields there are quiet paths. Through these paths my elementary school teachers would...More

Thank Jojo H
Reviewed 15 November 2012 via mobile

Inwood park has some very nice views. It is very quiet and peaceful. Disclaimer It is about a little over half a mile from the 207th St a station. Soooooo Wear going comfortable shoes

Thank Manny2323
Reviewed 27 October 2012

Not very many people go up to this idyllic spot - on the Northern Tip of Manhattan Island. The hiking trails give you a chance to completely escape from the Urban Blur and the elevated views of Spuyten Duyvel and the Hudson are not to...More

1  Thank MHM49
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