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Discover the latest from Hudson River Park! Find fun tips for your next visit, read up on upcoming events and dig deeper into exciting Park initiatives.

Whether you’re interested in our environmental research, educational offerings, sustainability initiatives, cultural programming, volunteer opportunities or vibrant year-round horticulture and wildlife, you’ve come to the right place. Enjoy getting to know your west side backyard!

Our team is hard at work gearing up for a fun, action-packed season along our riverfront! Hudson River Park Trust is currently hiring for a wide range of open positions – from seasonal opportunities to permanent positions.  

This spring brings fresh maintenance efforts to the bikeway along Hudson River Park. Beginning March 13, New York State Department of Transportation will begin construction work on the Route 9A bikeway from W 59 St. to Battery Park.

sunset over Pier 57 rooftop

As we gear up for a big 2023 in Hudson River Park — featuring major openings, 25th anniversary fun and more — we’re celebrating some of the successes that have made this last year in the Park so special. Support from our Elected Officials  Hudson River Park is incredibly fortunate to be ...

two people running on pier 45

During National Running Safety Month and all year long, people everywhere can increase their awareness of the importance of staying safe on the run.

Person walks through stone field in Chelsea in Hudson River Park, fall leaves on Pier 64 in the background

As our foliage reaches one of its most picturesque peak seasons in recent memory, we’re sharing highlights from around the Park.

Person with aqua hair and lab coat holds hands out before crowd doing the same

Back and bigger than ever, SUBMERGE Marine Science Festival invites scientists of all ages and experience levels to Hudson River Park’s Pier 84.

A spotted lanternfly stands on a leaf in a natural surrounding

The spotted lanternfly is an invasive planthopper that can cause significant problems for native trees and plants. Learn how you can help Park horticulture by smashing and disposing of this insect.