Northern Manhattan Parks

Northern Manhattan Parks is composed of more than 500 acres of city parkland north of 155th Street.

Its largest parks, Fort Washington Park, Inwood Hill Park, Fort Tryon Park, and Highbridge Park, surround the northern tip of Manhattan Island.

Many of New York’s most extraordinary natural and man-made treasures fall within the boundaries of these Parks.

Want To Volunteer? Learn about volunteer opportunities in Northern Manhattan Parks.

Northern Manhattan Parks Master Plan

Learn more about the Northern Manhattan Parks Master Plan and find out about the planned park improvements for the next 20 years.
Capital Projects Map (PDF, 1 MB)
Conceptual Master Plan Map (PDF, 3 MB)

Fort Tryon Park Trust

For in–depth information about Fort Tryon Park, please visit the Fort Tryon Park Trust website. Features include park history, archival photographs, news of current projects and programs, an image gallery, and more.

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