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Spring is a time of renewal along our four miles, and we’re not just talking blooms and trees. Many of our most popular activities on land and water are returning for the warm months ahead!The fountain spouts in the center of the mini-golf course on Pier 25 in Hudson River Park

Are you ready to swing, spin or fly into warmer days? Mini golf is back at Pier 25, you’ll find brave flyers on the trapeze above Pier 40 (will you be one of them?), and the Hudson River creatures of the Pier 62 Carousel have twirled free from their winter slumber, ready to take you on a spring afternoon spin.

From Clinton to Tribeca, our boathouses kick off their seasons this month, and soon kayaks, canoes and sailboats will once again fill our waters with colorful activity. With opportunities to sail at Piers 25 and 66, row at Piers 40 and 66, kayak at Piers 26, 84 and 96 and stand-up paddle board at Pier 84—your Park is the place for on-the-water adventure! You can even explore the LILAC museum ship at Pier 25 when it reopens later this May.

Downtown Boathouse on Pier 26 provides kayaks for those wanting to get in the Hudson River

From the Frying Pan to Grand Banks to North River Lobster Co., our Park is also home to some of NYC’s most popular and scenic boat bars and restaurants, returning this month from winter hiatus at Piers 25, 66 and 81. Plus, it’s rooftop season at City Vineyard!

City Vineyard's rooftop area is a popular destination for New York and Park visitors

With so much renewed activity all along our four miles, it’s the perfect time to get back in the Park. We’ll see you out there!

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