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How would you rate Ralph Ellison Memorial Park?
This is a great park with a lot of offerings that many people in NYC may not know about. There's an olympic size pool, ice/roller rink, a great views to name a few things, and I always have a great time when I come here. The pool's locker rooms are large and well maintained, and the ice skating rink is fun and rarely ever crowded. There's also some basketball courts and a rec center.
This place is a sweet piece of heaven. One of the best places to relax and read a good book under the sun
Hidden NYC gem. Mentioning this park may elicit a "huh?" from New Yorkers unfamiliar with the area, but this is a spot not to be missed. There is Olympic-sized pool, basketball courts, ice/roller rink, recreational center, and more. Head uptown for an escape from the city and enjoy the views of the Hudson. If you've been looking for a place to go skating sans tourists, this is it.
Played flag football here. Not a bad location for group events.
Great place for family fun and group activities
Not so interesting place
A hidden paradise in Manhattan. Safe place to bring your children and hang out with your friends and family.
This park is stunningly beautiful. It spans from about 75th st to 130th st along the Hudson River. You can wander around the park and get wonderful views of the Hudson. There are many benches throughout the park. I highly recommend walking through the entire thing because each part is just so peaceful and beautiful. You can also stop by Riverside Church which is enormous and very beautiful. Grant's tomb is located near the northern portion of the park. It's lovely in any season.
This park is incredibly beautiful.I exceedingly suggest strolling through the whole thing on the grounds that each part is simply so quiet and wonderful. You can likewise stop by Riverside Church which is huge and beautiful.It's stunning in all seasons.
Riverside Park is a scenic waterfront public park in the Upper West Side, Morningside Heights, and Hamilton Heights neighborhoods of the borough of Manhattan in New York City. The park consists of a narrow 4-mile (6.4 km) strip of land between the Hudson River/Henry Hudson Parkway and the serpentine Riverside Drive.
I used to live down the street from this park. It's moving and important, and as people move into this neighborhood they should look at this statue and...read this and 1 more