Hudson River Park
The Hudson River has been the lifeblood of the region since the city was settled. Today, the artificial coastline is dotted with city parks—and an 18-mile bike lane connecting Inwood to Wall Street.
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Cesar Chavez Plaza
Sacramento’s Wednesday farmers’ market at Cesar Chavez Plaza is a great place to get a taste of Northern California (open Wednesdays from 10-1:30pm. May to October; california-grown.com).
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Each Saturday morning, Sacramento’s McKinley Park welcomes some 100 barefooted recruits for a free vinyasa yoga class (Sat. 9am-10:15am, behind H Street Rose Garden; yogaacrossamerica...).
There are 34 parks in the Harbor Islands system, but local mom Kim Foley MacKinnon loves exploring Fort Warren—a National Historic Landmark built in 1833.
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Locals head to Boston Common Frog Pond for year-round family fun, including a playground and a carousel, sprinklers in summer, and ice skating in winter.
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Mission Dolores Park
At Mission Dolores Park, kids swarm the new jungle gym and adults loll on the grass, picnicking or relaxing after eating at one of the many restaurants on nearby 18th Street.
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Marina Green offers great views of the Golden Gate Bridge. While you wander, grab a coffee and a chocolate-rose donut from the Dynamo Donuts kiosk by the marina (dynamodonut.com).
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Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, designed by Frederick Olmstead, is home to the “picnicker’s mile”—one of the longest city park meadows nationwide.
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Local John Spayde’s favorite urban lake is Lake Harriet, where he recommends stopping for lunch to enjoy a Minnesota icon—a walleye sandwich at Bread and Pickle, the official park commissary.
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The Twin Cities are home to hundreds of miles of dedicated bike paths. The Nice Ride bike share service is open 24 hours a day at 170 stations across town (April to November; niceridemn.org).