W54th St to W59th St

Clinton Cove incorporates many spectacular features, including a sweeping green lawn with trees and a striking boathouse that can accommodate kayaks, canoes and other small non-motorized vessels. Supplementing its beautiful landscaping and boating activities, the Cove has an extraordinary feature called a “get-down” which allows visitors to get closer to the water – below the level of the bulkhead – and experience the Hudson River at a more intimate scale.


Clinton Cove was named for former New York Governor Dewitt Clinton who served in the early 19th Century. It formerly served as the City’s municipal concrete plant.

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Art In The Park

Private Passage

Private Passage is a distinctive sculpture consisting of a 30’ x 8’6” wine bottle resting on its side, within which is a representation of an interior stateroom from the ocean liner, Queen Mary.