Opened to the public in 2010

Pier 62 magically combines tranquility and action. The stunning Entry Garden was created by New York City’s premier public garden designer, Lynden Miller. The garden’s location at the eastern end of the pier, transitions visitors from the businesses of the adjacent roadway and Chelsea Piers to the balance of the public park pier. 

Free Skatepark

West of the garden is the Pier 62 “California-style” Skatepark designed and built by California Skateparks and Site Design Group. The skatepark uses structural foam to create shapes typically sculpted in nature. This one-of-a-kind skatepark is free and open to all levels of skateboarders and rollerbladers.

What you can do here
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M14
M23
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Come one, come all!  

Take a ride on Hudson River Park’s Pier 62 Carousel featuring 33 hand-carved, custom-designed Hudson River Valley animals. The carousel structure has a green roof and opens to a sprawling lawn and tree-lined pathways.

West of the carousel is a nautical wooden deck offering views of the Hudson River. It’s a quiet and inspiring place to watch the sunset or to do your morning stretches.

Abundant Plantings

Pier 62’s Entry Garden rewards the senses with flowering plants, shrubs and trees selected to take advantage of all four seasons of the year. Learn more about the diverse assortment of buds, blooms, blades and berries that add beauty and color to this magnificent setting.