Manhattan Waterfront Greenway

The Manhattan Waterfront Greenway is 32 miles (51km) long foreshoreway for walking and cycling around the island of Manhattan, New York. It is developed in a beautiful waterfront and attractive places. It is a great place for walk or cycling in a beautiful place. This way is pass through road, green park and road. The road is separate from the way of walk or cycling however you have to be careful of opening car door and signals.


In the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway there are three principal parts - Hudson River Greenways, Harlem and the East.

The Hudson River Greenway is the longest greenway in Manhattan and it is the most heavily used bikeway in the United State. Hudson River Greenway running mostly through Hudson River Park and Riverside Park along the West Side from Dyckman Street in the north to Battery Park in the south.

Harlem River Greenway is the shortest part of the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway from partially old Harlem River Speedway, runs from 155th street to north through lower Highbridge Park, at the north end of central Harlem to Dykman street of northern Manhattan.

East River Greenway runs along the East Side, from past South Street Seaport and Battery Park to dead end at 125th street.

Special Attractions of Manhattan Waterfront Greenway:

  • Harlem River Speedway
  • the south street seaport museum and admire the nations largest fleet of historic vessels
  • Rollerblade along the Harlem River
  • Hudson River Park
  • Little Red Lighthouse
  • Grecian Temple
  • Summer concert in Hudson Park
  • Picnic at the Little Red Lighthouse
  • St. Nicolas Park
  • The Battery
  • At sunset you can catch the staten island ferry
  • Cherry Walk
  • Kayak or Canoe at W. 72nd Street in Riverside Park
  • Stuyvesant Cove

 Manhattan Waterfront Greenway Map

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