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Fort Tryon Park, New York City

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4.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • A subway trip to 190th is rewarded by the Fort Tryon park and all its walks, gardens, and expansive views over the Hudson river to the Englewood Cliffs in New Jersey. You won't believe you are still i...  read more »
  • A very nice Park, with many benches to sit and the shade, enjoying the beautiful view, make picnics, walking, shooting, reading or simply do nothing. There is a subway station that leaves at the entrance of the Park.
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  • We pass through it to go to the cloisters, the Park is huge and very very nice. Those who have thought about to go do not hesitate and do it with time is a great ride.
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  • One of the best kept secrets, best quiet park. good lawns for sun bathers or semi-shaded ones for picnics. Over 300 free events provided by the Parks Dept & the Fort Tryon park trust. This year 2016, Medieval Festival is on Sunday September 18th, an event not to be missed.
  • beautiful place to spend the day with the family for a picnic or just a stroll they have two playgrounds (that i have seen so far ) and they both have sprinklers for the kids and lots of space to run. they even have a renaissance fair every year which is like the highlight of this park if you can go please do, don't miss it its so much fun with lots of food,tournaments,singing,dancing etc, you can dress up in your favorite renaissance costume and go have fun!
  • This is a really nice park, right next to the Hudson (great views). In the summer, there are lots of events here. And there's the Cloisters museum right in this park. It also has two dog runs which are pretty nice.
  • I love this park. Aside from the majestic views west over the Hudson and easy to the Bronx, this park offers so many amenities. The dog park in particular is quite large and is segmented to provide an enclosure for smaller pups. Local norm is to bring a bottle of water to fill the community bowl that's routinely in the pen. Also, don't bring dark colored balls, as they will blend in with the dirt and wood chips strewn across the yard.
  • Grew up going there, now I share it with my daughter. Beautiful gardens and trails. Not to mention the cloisters museum. Dog run inside also.
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