Pickup is about proving yourself on the court. I like to go Riverside once in a while to catch weekend warriors who don’t know me. That gets me pumped to play. There are benches in front of the courts to wait for your game or just watch. The younger kids tend to play full, while players of all levels use the four half courts. There’s a guy that comes around with a cooler full of Gatorade, water, and soda. It sells for a dollar or two.
Walk west down 160th street until you reach some stone stairs through a median between Riverside Drive, then walk northwest and around the corner and cross Riverside Drive W - you'll have a great view of the river, the George Washington Bridge, and lower Manhattan.
Riverside Park is a scenic waterfront public park in the Upper West Side, Morningside Heights, and Hamilton Heights neighborhoods of the borough of Manhattan in New York City. The park consists of a narrow 4-mile (6.4 km) strip of land between the Hudson River/Henry Hudson Parkway and the serpentine…
This would be fantastic to walk during sunset. Beautiful views over the Hudson River. You can also rent a bike and ride it all the way down Manhattan and back with a protected Greenway path
There are spots that overlook the water and the George Washington Bridge-- particularly beautiful at sunset-- but you can also get right to the water's edge in the expansive park below.
Hang with real New Yorkers! Riverside Park borders the East River throughout uptown Manhattan. Great for bike rides, picnic, scenic views of the bridges, or a nice walk. Plenty of picnic tables and areas for sports available as well.
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