DWG Map Manhattan + Long Island US

Manhattan and Long Island are known for their bustling urban environments, but they also offer some beautiful and tranquil nature parks where you can escape the city’s hustle and bustle. Here are a few noteworthy nature parks in these areas:


  1. Central Park: Located right in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park is a vast urban oasis featuring a diverse range of landscapes, including meadows, woodlands, and lakes. You can go for a leisurely stroll, rent a rowboat, visit the Central Park Zoo, or simply relax on the Great Lawn.
  2. Inwood Hill Park: Situated in the northernmost part of Manhattan, Inwood Hill Park is a natural retreat with forests, rocky outcrops, and the only old-growth forest in Manhattan. It’s a great place for hiking, bird-watching, and enjoying scenic views of the Hudson River.

Long Island:

  1. Montauk Point State Park: Located at the eastern tip of Long Island, Montauk Point State Park offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the iconic Montauk Lighthouse. Visitors can explore the rocky shoreline, go fishing, or take scenic walks along the bluffs.
  2. Jones Beach State Park: Jones Beach is a popular destination for sunbathing, swimming, and picnicking. It features miles of sandy beaches and a long boardwalk that is perfect for leisurely strolls. There are also playgrounds and recreational facilities for families.
  3. Fire Island National Seashore: Fire Island is a barrier island off the south shore of Long Island and is a protected national seashore. It offers miles of pristine beaches, salt marshes, and diverse wildlife. Visitors can hike, bird-watch, or take a ferry to explore the various communities on the island.
  4. Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve: Located on the North Shore of Long Island, this park is known for its rolling hills, woodlands, and scenic trails. It’s a great place for hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife observation. The park also features the historic Marshall Field III estate, which is open for tours.
  5. Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park: This park, located in Oyster Bay, features beautifully landscaped gardens, walking trails, and historic buildings. It’s a peaceful place to explore various plant collections and enjoy a leisurely day in a serene setting.

Both Manhattan and Long Island offer a variety of options for enjoying nature and outdoor activities, making it easy to escape the city’s fast pace and connect with the natural beauty of the region.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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