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Chambers St. to Canal St.

The Park’s southernmost neighborhood is a wonderland of activity, relaxation and ecological discovery. Piers 25 and 26 each have a range of offerings, including multiple ways to play, riverfront exploration and education, lounging areas and delicious eats. This portion of the park provides a perfect travel-free escape for locals and an enticing destination for all.

Piers & Places

People gathered at the end of Pier 25 looking out at the sunset on the Hudson river

Offering panoramic views of Lower Manhattan and the New York Harbor, Pier 25 sparkles with fun recreational activities for all ages. 

Head on view of Pier 26

Opened in 2020, Pier 26 introduces Park visitors to the Hudson River environment through design inspired by the historical Hudson River landscape and features plenty of places to play, relax and enjoy amazing views.

Trees shade Park walkers on the esplanade, featuring bright pink flowers

You’ll find a meandering boardwalk through native plants, a street-style skatepark, dog run, basketball and tennis courts along this lively stretch of waterfront.

Pier 34 at dusk along an orange and pink Hudson River sunset

Popular with runners and sunset chasers, Pier 34 is also a place to ponder engineering history and go fishing.