Best Hiking Trails in New York

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in New York, NY. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Myrtle Avenue, New York, NY 11421

Since 1896

Walking, Wild Flowers, Wildlife, Tennis, Bocce Courts, Victory Field, Golf Courses, Horse Trails, The Bridle Path, Barbecuing Areas, Volleyball, Jogging, Swim and Urban Park Rangers Programs, Kids Events, Playgrounds, Baseball Fields, Spray Showers, Bird Watching, Skate Parks, Running Tracks, Fitness Equipment & Nature Centers

'Forest Park' has 500 acres of park area where you can collect information about the forest and see small exhibitions and displays of animals. It is an excellent spot for kayaking, fishing, and relaxing with a quiet atmosphere. The park has 18 holes public golf course is considered one of the most competitive classes in town. You can enjoy a game among forest frontiers, pristine lawns, Manhattan landscape lakes, and viewpoints. It has a doggy water fountain, demanding course, and playgrounds for small and large dogs. It can accommodate more people, and you can host concerts during the cold season. The park also provides equipment to climb, swings, and a place to tell stories.

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 9:00 pm

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Payson Avenue and Seaman Avenue, New York, NY 10034

Since 1926

Baseball, Caves, Basketball, Fitness Equipment, Tennis Courts, Barbecue, Barbecue Areas, Soccer Fields, Running, Handball Courts, Hudson and Harlem River, Barbecuing Areas, Biking & Children's Playgrounds

Inwood Hill Park is one of New York's oldest parks and a spectacular view of the Hudson River, Native American (Lenape India) caves from the 17th century. It is a mostly natural, freshwater, mainly wooded, hills. It occupies 79.5 ha (196.4 acres). The Bike Trail gives tourists the chance to enjoy large stretches of the natural beauty of the park in an environmentally friendly way. Visitors can enjoy nature and take a break from the city's hustle and bustle, check out birds scads and play tennis. The park offers modern conveniences such as athletic fields, playgrounds, dog runs, and a barbecue area. It affords free trails.


Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 1:00 am

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Broadway and Jerome Avenue, Bronx, New York, NY 10471

Since 1888

Bird Watching, Fishing, Barbecuing Areas, Handball, Swimming, Pool, BBQ, Horseback Riding, Tennis, Track and Field, Soccer, Bike Trail, Cross Country, Golf Courses, Cricket, Baseball, Walking, Basketball Courts, Playgrounds, Freshwater Lake & Cross-Country Running

'Van Cortlandt Park' is the third largest park in New York, with more than a thousand acres over the ridges and valleys. The park hosts the first public golf course in the world, the largest house in the Bronx, and the most magnificent freshwater lake in the city. It has a famous historic landmark trail, the old croton aqueduct trail that runs along the path of the old water tunnel in the area. It provides cultural and educational programs as well as resources to develop the parks, fields, and playgrounds of the park. The park offers (naturally) plenty of green space, suitable for picnics, recreational sports fields, and play areas for children and the heart-felt young.

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Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 pm

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