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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!

girl in yellow tshirt big city fishing

For the first time since 2019, you can drop in a line with us at Big City Fishing. Our River Project team is hosting this free, catch and release fishing program all summer long!

Blues singer on stage at HRPK along with 5 band members during a performance

With plenty of summertime still ahead, our concert season is heating up. Discover the series bringing all types of music to your west side backyard.

We want to understand how Park visitors like you are enjoying this public resource, and how we can continue to make this a welcoming and inclusive space for everyone. Would you take five minutes to help us learn and grow? 

Kayakers prepare their paddles for the launch

Did you know that New York City has 520 miles of coastline? Join us as we celebrate our city’s countless ways to connect with local waterways on Saturday July 16 during City of Water Day.

smiling people enjoying drinks at the frying pan membership event

When you become part of HRPK Friends’ growing community of supporters as a Friends with Benefits member, you unlock new ways to experience summer in the Park and celebrate summer in NYC while helping the Park thrive. Check out highlights from the season so far, and learn more about what’...

As we celebrate Pride, we embrace and honor the LGBTQIA+ history of our waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods. We’re sharing resources where you can learn more about this history through art, written records, tours and other learning tools.

sunset lgbt memorial

Hudson River Park’s Greenwich Village waterfront is home to public art and monuments that celebrate NYC’s LGBTQIA+ community and honor its history.