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Activities & Attractions

Hudson River Park’s four miles of piers, esplanades and landscapes boast sunset views, scores of recreational and play spaces, stunning gardens and much more.

Find what interests you by exploring the categories above. Visit, and then visit again!

Note the following seasonal closures reopening in Spring 2022: Trapeze; Carousel; Frying Pan, Grand Banks, Drift In and North River Lobster Company; HRPK’s Wetlab; Downtown Boathouse and Manhattan Community Boathouse; and free outrigger programming.
Members of Outrigger take classes on how to paddle their boat on the Hudson River

Visit Pier 66’s  Boathouse where you can enjoy traversing the Hudson River’s spectacular waterway

Bright red flowers sit in front of the Pier 84 Boathouse

The Pier 84 dock is used for launching small human-powered, hand-carried boats

Rowers begin their journey into the Hudson River from Pier 40

Rowing is a beautifully simple, healthy, and empowering sport that fosters teamwork and promotes awareness and stewardship of our estuarine environment.

Pier 25 moored sailboats

Whether you’re interested in taking sailing lessons for the first time, or you’ve been sailing for years, Hudson River Park provides opportunities to get on the water.

Sailboats near Pier 66

Treat yourself or your family to sailing lessons on the spectacular Hudson River waterway. All levels welcome.

World Yacht Cruise vessels sit on the river front

World Yacht is the premier source for luxury yacht rentals departing from New York City, and just so happens to depart from Hudson River Park!