Hudson River Park’s 2,500+ trees are putting on a spectacular show this fall. From golden honey locusts to fiery red staghorn sumac, you’ll find the full seasonal spectrum along our four miles. Set against wide open blue skies and the mighty Hudson River, these warm autumnal hues are especially striking.
As our foliage reaches one of its most picturesque peak seasons in recent memory, we’re sharing highlights from around the Park.
Have you walked along Pier 26 this fall? In the two years since this pier first opened to the public, the plants in its five ecological zones have grown fuller and more vibrant. And this autumn may be Pier 26’s most beautiful season yet.
Hudson River Park’s riverfront esplanade offers one of NYC’s most beautiful strolls no matter the season, but this fall, we feel especially lucky to call this our west side backyard.
Gold, green and gorgeous — that’s how we’d describe the Chelsea section of the Park this time of year.
Pier 84 welcomes visitors with an especially bright display, adding color to any trip to this pier’s recently refreshed dog run.
Will we see you at the newly refreshed Pier 84 Dog Run Barktoberfest on November 16?
Where have you seen the best fall foliage in the Park? Tag @hudsonriverpark on social media to share your best shots with us. (If you tag us on Instagram in the next two weeks, you can enter our fall Photo-Synthesis contest!)