Fort Tryon Park
How would you like to experience the most stunning view of the Hudson River, the Palisades, and the lower Hudson Valley that Manhattan has to offer? Well, Fort Tryon Park offers just such a view. After a quick 10 minute drive from the Edge Hotel, you will arrive at the 67-acre park. History buffs will be excited to learn that the park was a gift from John D. Rockefeller to the city in 1935. The view is what draws the crowds and it is the view that will make you want to spend your day enjoying all of the natural beauty of the park. On warmer afternoons, Fort Tryon Park is the perfect place for the picnic. Even on colder days, the park is a great place for a midday stroll. As spring approaches, the park will start bursting with plant life that makes the already dazzling scenery even more beautiful.