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 Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex includes Piers 59, 60 and 61 and is a major center for sports and entertainment in New York City.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
Explore the river at this nautical pier, offering sailing, outrigger paddling and public art at the far western edge.