Hudson River Park is a 550-acre riverfront park and estuarine sanctuary spanning four miles along the west side of Manhattan, from the northern boundary of Battery Park City in Tribeca to W 59 St. in Hell’s Kitchen. The largest open space in Manhattan since the completion of Central Park, Hudson River Park is transforming four miles of decaying industrial waterfront into a beloved, urban recreational paradise.
Find your HRPK journey through the Park map.
Hudson River Park offers a wide range of activities, recreation spaces, learning opportunities and on the water experiences. The bikeway bordering the Park is not within the Park’s boundaries. Visit the Park map, linked from the image below, to find out more about what you can enjoy at each pier.
Park visitors may enter and use the Park from the hours 6:00 AM until 1:00 AM, unless otherwise posted. Please call our Operations Desk for information regarding specific areas or questions: 212-242-6427. Visit our Parking at Pier 40 page for information on parking.
ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS
Hudson River Park’s four-miles play host to a myriad activities and attractions.
PARK RULES & REGULATIONS
ALERTS & ADVISORIES
Hudson River Park endeavors to keep visitors and patrons well informed of changing Park conditions.
More About The Park
Hudson River Park was created by a New York State law as a partnership between New York State and New York City. The same law created the Hudson River Park Trust as a New York State public benefit corporation to design, construct, operate and maintain the Park, with Board Members appointed by the Governor, Mayor and Manhattan Borough President. Hudson River Park Friends is the Park’s independent nonprofit partner dedicated to fundraising, advocacy and supporting volunteerism in the Park. Funds raised by Friends support the care, enhancement, sustainability and public programs offered throughout the Park.
Explore Hudson River Park with our Digital Guide
Four miles of discovery in the palm of your hand
Download the Bloomberg Connects app to discover all you can see, do and learn in Hudson River Park’s green and blue spaces.