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Explore the Greenway

Come Visit the Parks and Trails

Discover hidden gems along the Bronx river

Points of Interest

Find your favorite new park, birding spot, running route, and more.

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    Salt Marsh at Soundview Park
    Soundview Park is a 205-acre park at the mouth of the Bronx River with wide, sweeping views of Manha
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    Hunts Point Riverside Park
    Once a street end strewn with trash and debris, today Hunts Point Riverside Park is a beautiful, gre
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    Concrete Plant Park
    For many years, industry and highways have limited public access to southern stretches of the Bronx
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    The Westchester Avenue Railroad Station
    This abandoned station, located along the Bronx River at Concrete Plant Park, was designed by Cass G
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    Bronx River House at Starlight Park
    Bronx River House is the base of operations for the restoration and management of the Bronx River, b
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    Bronx River Arts Center
    The Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) offers arts programs for youth and adults that use the Bronx River
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    Bronx Park Connector
    This one-mile in the Bronx River Greenway, which opened in 2013, connects the South Bronx neighborho
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    Fish Ladder at River Park
    The waterfall at 182nd St at River Park is scenic, but it is also a barrier to wildlife that depend
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    Mitsubishi Riverwalk & Waterfalls
    The Bronx Zoo’s Riverwalk offers scenic views of the twin waterfalls and insights into the freshwa
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    Bronx River Forest
    The Bronx River Forest, which extends south into the New York Botanical Garden, boasts many trees th
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    Duncomb Arched Bridges
    Duncomb Arched Bridges, part of the original Bronx River Parkway, mark the entrance to the Bronx Riv
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    Shoelace Park
    Shoelace Park is a one-mile ribbon of city parkland along the east (left) bank of the Bronx River an

Salt Marsh at Soundview Park

Soundview Park, Bronx, NY 10473, USA

Hunts Point Riverside Park

1409 Lafayette Ave, Bronx, NY 10474, USA

Concrete Plant Park

Westchester Ave, Bronx, NY 10472, USA

The Westchester Avenue Railroad Station

Westchester Ave, Bronx, NY 10459, USA

Bronx River House at Starlight Park

1490 Sheridan Blvd., Bronx, NY 10459, USA

Bronx River Arts Center

1087 E Tremont Ave, Bronx, NY 10460, USA

Bronx Park Connector

1145 E 180th St, Bronx, NY 10460, USA

Fish Ladder at River Park

Boston Rd, Bronx, NY 10460, USA

Mitsubishi Riverwalk & Waterfalls

2300 Southern Blvd, Bronx, NY 10460, USA

Bronx River Forest

Bronx River Pkwy, Bronx, NY 10467, USA

Duncomb Arched Bridges

Bronx Blvd & Duncomb Ave, Bronx, NY 10467, USA

Shoelace Park

Bronx Blvd & E 211th St, Bronx, NY 10467, USA

Highlights of the Greenway

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday

9am to 5pm

Located in Starlight Park, River House is the Alliance’s brand new headquarters right on the banks of the Bronx River. Featuring a community boat house and environmental classroom, River House is the central hub for the ongoing restoration projects. With its innovative green design, River House has been called “the Greenest Building in the South Bronx” by The New York Times.

What was once an active concrete plant is now a beautiful waterfront park featuring NYC’s first “edible food forest.” Come to Concrete Plant Park to explore the Bronx River Foodway, participate in stewardship events, or just to enjoy the waterfront!

Bronx River Forest

See one of the only remaining unlogged forests in NYC

The Bronx River Forest is one of the only remaining unlogged forests in NYC. The parks and trails of the forest offer a quiet waterfront retreat as well as a snapshot of the city’s ecological past. Explore the forest today!

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