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It really is a wonderful park with great views and lots of things to do. However, it sits on top of a sewer treatment plant and sometimes you get a whiff of that smell. It is on the river so you do get a breeze...More
I didn't visit the park itself but it looked very nice. I went to a restaurant inside the park called Softito and the views of the George Washington Bridge and the Hudson river were stunning . I look forward to going back during the summer...More
While at this park noticed people could do so much from tennis and handball, to swimming, running the track, walking by the Hudson River with nice views and play in the gym. Currently, the ice skating rink is closed while they replace the roof. There...More
I have started to go to Riverbank very often in the past months because my personal trainer suggested it for its track field. I really enjoy working out there and the park certainly has a killer view of the Hudson and the GWB. The track...More
A special music event was amped up by the beautiful sunset backdrop overlooking the Hudson River. What a wonderful evening a one of the largest parks in NYC. Park staff were really nice and helpful. Restaurant had closed early but heard they had a nice...More
Riverbank State Park has one of the most beautiful promenades atop the Hudson River and there are picnic tables under the trees overlooking the Hudson. This is an active park with all kinds of activities for all ages at different times of the day and...More
Date of experience: July 2014
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