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Where can you stand outside in Manhattan and not see a single building or here a single car? That would be most of Inwood Hill Park. Great for running, relaxing, walking, exploring, biking, baseball, soccer, and kite flying. Find the big rock and watch the...More
It is crazy that in just a subway ride from Manhattan you can get to this beautiful, large park. It feels isolated, like you are out in the wilderness depending where you go. There is also spots you can sit down and just have your...More
I was editor of the Heights*Inwood Weekly when a visitor asked me if I wanted to take a walk with him in Inwood Hill Park. Always eager to get out of the office, I readily agreed. He lead me to caves where the Hessian army...More
If you want to see one of the few places in Manhattan with indigenous forest trees, this is it. Located at the Northern tip of Manhattan, it contains walking trails, lawns, and an estuary surrounded by benches where there are sometimes nesting swans and other...More
We walked from Harlem up to Inwood Hill Park on a beautiful day in May. What a glorious surprise to find an old growth hardwood forest with walking paths throughout. The signage is good, and the birds are spectacular. You are surrounded by the forest...More
I was introduced to this park due to the Open Run program by New York Road Runners. It is lovely, challenging, and visually stunning. After the group run, I explored a little more and was a bit dismayed to find myself lost, with no signage...More
I walked up to Inwood Hill Park from the George Washington Bridge last month, and was delighted with the views, not only of the Hudson River and the Palisades, but also the great trees and the careful workmanship in creating the paths and steps.