ALERT: Hudson River Park remains open. Wear a mask when you visit. Coronavirus update here.

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!

Pier 84 bike rental shop

Rent a bike from Bike Rent NYC at Hudson River Park’s Pier 84 and take the scenic route along New York State’s Hudson River Greenway bike path.

The citi bike kiosk at Pier 40 with the blue bikes stationed

“Faster than walking, cheaper than a taxi, and more fun than the subway” – Citi Bike has two stations in Hudson River Park.

The citi bike kiosk filled with blue and white bikes

“Faster than walking, cheaper than a taxi, and more fun than the subway” – Citi Bike has two stations in Hudson River Park.

A mini-golf player focuses on putting the ball into the hole

Enjoy a fun day or evening at Manhattan’s only 18-hole miniature golf course. Players of all ages welcome.

A runner smiles and waves as a group passes by

Running year round in Hudson River Park is a perfect way to experience the change of the seasons in New York City, the greatest running city in the world.

Orange and yellow trees align the Tribeca Skatepark where active kids enjoy spinning around

This “Street-style” skatepark features stairs, ledges and rails that resemble an actual street plaza. Open to all levels of skateboarders and rollerbladers.

A skateboarder in a gold helmet skates down the hill at Pier 62

This “California-style” skatepark uses structural foam to create shapes typically sculpted in nature. Open to all levels of skateboarders and rollerbladers.

A tennis player begins the serve with the sun setting in the distance

Get your racket out and prepare to face off on one of New York City’s most picturesque courts.