Inwood Hill Park

Inwood Hill Park

40.873157, -73.925365

Northern Manhattan park at the junction of the Harlem and Hudson Rivers, and with a unique history.

Inwood Hill Park

Inwood Hill Park has historic attractions that go back further than any other Manhattan park. Here are rock shelters that were occupied by Native Americans of the Lenape tribe through the 17thcentury. A trail goes up to the shelters. Artifacts found in the shelters are in the National Museum of the American Indian in Lower Manhattan. The park is also the...

Park Acreage:

196.00 acres

Municipality:

New York City

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Contact Information

Web Link:

New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

Phone:

Not available

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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Trip Reports

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January 28, 2017
5
Very nice park
I visited the park on August 27, 2016 and was very pleased. This park has a lot of history as well some interesting features. For a virtual tour of the park please visit: https://scenesfromthetrail.com/2016/08/27/inwood-hill-park/
CeeGee
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