|Venue name:||Central Park||Contact:|
59th St to 110th St
|Cross street:||between Central Park West and Fifth Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: A, B, C, D, 1 to 59th St–Columbus Circle; N, Q, R to 5th Ave; B, C to 72nd St, 81st St–Museum of Natural History, 86th St, 96th St, 103rd St, 110th St; 2, 3 to 110th St.|
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You know, there are a lot of other parks in NYC, but that's not to discredit Central Park in any way. I live in Brooklyn, with easy access to nearby Prospect Park, and I still make the journey to Central Park on occasion. I have lounged in the grass and napped under trees, had picnics, watched softball games, thrown a frisbee, waited for hours in line to get free tickets to Shakespeare in the park...Central Park makes life better for New Yorkers. I hate to think of what people would be like without this massive respite in the center of the city.
Central Park is a sweet haven that every New Yorker appreciates and treasures. It's an immeasurably valuable respite that's not only gorgeous but one of the only places in the city you might be able to actually find a place to be completely alone. When you're surrounded by concrete and thousands of people all day long, it's incredibly cleansing and rejuvenating to walk under shady trees for hours, getting lost, stumbling upon lakes and hidden castles, watching athletes duke it out on the baseball fields, or my personal favorite, laying out a giant blanket and eating my weight in cheese and charcuterie while someone plays guitar nearby. After a snowstorm, it's ethereal.
Central park is just amazing! Whether it is just a stroll in the park or a boat ride with a loved, playing catch with friends or just a picnic with family, it has everything for everyone. Personally the boat ride is a must! I have been on it a couple of times and not only is it relaxing to just get away from everything but it was also a great work out!The actual lake is not that long as I would like it to be but it is a beautiful place to go, and plus great place to take selfies
Central Park is the most popular of parks for foragers. Because of its varied habitats and the combination of wild and cultivated, native, and exotic plants. Central Park is a great place to forage, even in the winter and early-spring. http://goo.gl/A0r7zi
Central Park is a work of art consisting of man-made landscapes and delightful buildings. Walk from the Dairy to Belvedere Castle to see the Park's most intricately-designed landscapes and romantic vistas on this special, official tour! i mostly visit it when i went New York in my http://www.getbustours.com/10day-yellowstone-mt-rushmore-arches-yosemite-tour.html
Enjoy Biking, Hiking, Dreaming, Walking in "the woods" of NYC, on the island of Manhattan, all year long. ; )
Great all year round, but especially in the spring/summer time... All I gotta say is, rowboats. Do it.