Parks & Outdoor

There is more green space in Harlem than any other neighborhood south of Inwood (and excluding Central Park–an entity of it’s own yet still accessible from Harlem’s southern border). If you are the type of person that loves to go for a walk on a nice day, sit on a park bench and read a book, enjoy the shade under a large tree, or have a BBQ / picnic with your friends & family, Harlem is the place to be. The following parks are our pride and joy of Harlem. Please take a minute and check them out!

Jackie Robinson Park  |   Coogan’s Bluff   |   The Convent Garden

Carmensville Playground  |  Colonel Charles Young Triangle   |   St. Nicholas Park

Marcus Garvey or Mount Morris Park   |   Thomas Jefferson Park

The East River Esplanade and getting to Randall’s Island