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W 17 St. to W 34 St.

Go sailing or outrigger canoeing, relax on the Park’s largest lawn, skate at our popular California-style bowl, take a spin around the carousel, sip a cool drink on a historic barge, and so much more… The Chelsea section of Hudson River Park has got it all. Whether you’re looking to get active, enjoy a day with the family, or simply kick back and relax, find your fun here.

Piers & Places

The aerial view of Chelsea Piers

The Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex includes Piers 59, 60 and 61 and is a major center for sports and entertainment in New York City.

Aerial rendering of improvements coming to Chelsea Waterside Park at HRPK

Just east of West Street, construction has begun on Phase 2 improvements at Chelsea Waterside Park. The new design includes a permanent picnic area, a new public restroom facility, an expanded and refreshed synthetic turf field, a small concession stand and an expanded dog run.

A skateboarder in a gold helmet skates down the hill at Pier 62

Pier 62’s elegant Entry Garden welcomes visitors with abundant flora. Walk west to enjoy the whimsical carousel, free California-style skatepark and views galore.

A group of visitors exercising on Pier 63 as the sun sets

Oriented north-south instead of in the traditional pier configuration, Pier 63 provides an opportunity to create a wide-open passive green space – the largest in the Park.

pier 64 couple walking pathway crab apples

With a formal tree grove and a unique position affording views to the George Washington Bridge and Statue of Liberty, Pier 64 is a special place for relaxation.

The Frying Pan, a red vessel at Pier 66a

Maritime history comes alive at Pier 66a. Find a surviving railroad float transfer bridge and a historical barge that’s a lively seasonal restaurant, Pier 66 Maritime (Frying Pan).

long time water wheel pier 66

Explore the river at this nautical pier, offering sailing, outrigger paddling and public art at the far western edge.