At the north end of Manhattan, you'll find 197-acre Inwood Hill Park, which, we're told, has the largest stand of old-growth forest and the last salt marsh on the island. You can also see evidence of Ice Age formations—caves, valleys, and ridges—and now it has hiking trails, the usual ball courts, fields, barbecue pits, and playgrounds. To get there, take the A train to 207th Street or the 1 train to 207th Street, and walk west.

Location Details

Seaman Ave. Btwn 207th & 218th St.
New York NY 10034


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