HUGE park, full of hiking trails. If you go North along Seaman Ave, you'll come to a large, open area on the water.
Inwood Hill Park is a public park in the Inwood neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. On a high schist ridge that rises 200 feet (61 m) above the Hudson River from Dyckman Street to the northern tip of the island, Inwood Hill…
It's an all natural, not man-made planned real forest! Some trails connect to Fort Tryon Park which leads to the Cloisters. You could spend the whole day in there!
Great park and hiking trails with views of the Hudson River. About 30 min walk or 10 min uber ride.
Park across the street includes primordial forest, nature walks, tennis, baseball, playgrounds, river with ducks and our very own local seal!
“American farm to table restaurant, breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch. Full drinks bar, coffee bar, live entertainment at night. 1 block away, 3 minute walk. The best place around.”
“Great for brunch! Or any other meal for that matter. My favorite is the chicken and waffles ;) ”
“This preserved Dutch farmhouse on Broadway offers a lovely garden and unique glimpse of New York before all of the skyscrapers. ”
“Small plates and tasty appetizers, wonderful craft beers and cocktails. Lively evening crowd and music.”
“One of New York's best hidden and luscious parks. Constructed by the Rockefeller's in the early 20th century, this park is home to the Met Cloisters, Heather Garden, views of the Palisades, a Dog park, and fairy-garden style hidden winding staircases. Don't miss the many events they host throughout the year! Include nature walks for kids and adults and a full Medieval Festival with turkey legs and jousting in September”