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I almost don't even want to review this because I love the park so much and I don't want it to get too crowded. It's honestly so cute I've got to share. It's got two dog pens - one for big dogs and one for...More
A small gem of a park used by neighborhood residents. Includes esplanade along the river, great river views, children’s park, grassed sitting areas, dog runs and wonderfully garden lanes and hidden sitting areas. Less then a mile long the park offers varied walks and views...More
Carl Schulz Park is on E. End Ave. and is where the mayors mansion is located.
There’s a Riverwalk on the outside of the park. There are a couple of dog runs one specifically for small dogs which is a lot of fun to walk...More
Great place to go for a jog or simply sit on the promenade to watch the world go by. Basketball courts available. (Bring your own ball). Plenty of separate space for dogs to take their owners for a social poop! It's small compared to central...More
Stumbled upon this park by accident. In the city for business and was doing a morning walk on the Upper Eastside. I saw the entrance off of East End Ave and went to take a look. The park follows the East River with great views...More
This fairly large space is just south of Gracie Mansion and is one of the few public parks directly on the East River. It is largely a neighborhood park; very few city visitors go there or even know about it. The park contains two playgrounds,...More
We spent some time earlier this week in this primeval park near the East River. It was full of folks walking their dogs and we were surprised that so many of them knew each other by name, and by how well behaved the dogs were....More
We walked through Carl Schurz Park this evening, and had a lovely time.
The trees are in full leaf and many of the summer flowers have begun to bloom.
There must've been 1000 people enjoying various parts of the park, everything from picnicking to just...More
This place is an oasis. That borders the river for about 7 blocks. And is the home fir strollers, walkers, bike riders, dogs. Couples and kids. Two separate dog parks are here and a fabulous view of the east river and the fir drive. Great...More
Having lived in the neighborhood I have been to this Park many many times.
Highlights really all the walk on the river, and the mayors mansion. They're a little areas where dogs are allowed to play one along the Riverwalk is a small area gated...More
Combining quiet residential neighbourhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the
neighbourhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.
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Yes...but I wouldn’t run in any park prior to sunrise. By that time many people are out and about and it is certainly safe to use the park—but it is not the best place to do serious running because the trails are short and... More
Yes...but I wouldn’t run in any park prior to sunrise. By that time many people are out and about and it is certainly safe to use the park—but it is not the best place to do serious running because the trails are short and the paving is hard. The park is continuous with the east river esplanade where many people run and walk, but the connection has been under construction and is not yet passable on foot... ask again about this in the summer ....