|Highbridge Park Hiking Trails||Check out our Highbridge Park Trails page for a map and directions to scenic locations.||Highbridge Park||Various|
|Difficulty||Other Details||Accessible||Limited Access|
|Various||Commune with nature as you hike through the forests of this beautiful park that looks out to the Harlem River and the oldest standing bridge in New York City! Discover native and introduced trees, such as black cherry, northern oaks, and Virginia creepers, and delve into the park's history of supplying clean water to the city during the 19th century as you hike the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail. Look to the skies — Highbridge Park's forested areas and waterfront make for an ideal location for spotting hawks. |
Check out our Highbridge Park Trails page for a map and directions to scenic locations.
Directions to Highbridge Park
Know Before You Go
The gymnasium will be closed beginning August 12 as we address our facility's HVAC needs and to provide early voting services. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The wading pool at Highbridge Pool will be closed for the 2022 season for necessary repair work. The Olympic-sized outdoor pool remains open. As an alternative, please visit the Cool It! NYC map to find nearby spray showers and cooling features.
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- ON NATIONAL TRAILS DAY TOMORROW, EXPLORE NYC PARKS’ 300 MILES OF TRAILS
- CITY HALL IN YOUR BOROUGH: NYC PARKS CELEBRATES THE RESTORATION OF HISTORIC HIGHBRIDGE WATER TOWER
- Open Access Table Tennis
- Open Play Pickleball
- Highbridge Fitness Room Open Access
- Ab Blast
- Open Play Adult Basketball