For avid runners, NYC offers a variety of paths, from bridges to green trails in our parks. Ten of the most iconic spots include: Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, Central Park, Roosevelt Island, Riverside Park and the Hudson River Greenway, Battery Park City in Manhattan, and in Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge Park, Prospect Park, the Coney Island Boardwalk. And lastly, in Queens, there’s the famous Corona Park. Most of them offer great views and a smooth path to run on.
- The routes in New York city are scenic in that they can motivate one to keep on going even when the individual wants to give up.
- One of the best places one can go for a run or a walk in New York City is Van Cortlandt Park.
- The park starts from 1 to 242nd street and it encompasses 3.5 miles as one enters the park for running or walking.
“For avid runners and beginners alike, New York City offers a wide range of places to hit the pavement, from it’s iconic bridges to green trails nestled in the city’s parks.”