You + Park

You + Park

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Music Festival at Jane Bailey. Photo: Emily Kinsolving

NYRP is working with partners in East Harlem, Manhattan and Mott Haven, Bronx to promote public green spaces in both neighborhoods, and all the fantastic activities taking place in them. This includes events, walking trails, and a new WAYFINDING campaign, You + Park! (Wayfinding is a term used to describe a campaign that helps people find their way in public places.) Keep an eye out for signs around both neighborhoods and have a look below for lots of great information about free events and resources.

And don’t forget to tell us all about your favorite green spaces on social using the hashtag #youpluspark


Resources + Events

St. Mary’s Park, Mott Haven

  • Second Saturdays at St. Mary’s every second Saturday from May-October 2018 11am-3pm
    Join local partners like BronxWorks, NYRP, Building Healthy Communities, Partnership for Parks, NYC Parks, New York Road Runners, and Friends of St. Mary’s Park for free fitness sessions, live music, cooking demos and more! Keep up to date with @HLMottHaven on Twitter and Instagram!
  • Open Runs at St. Mary’s, 9am every Saturday
    Join New York Road Runners every Saturday at 9am for a free and totally open public run. More info here:

Randall’s Island Park

A gem on the Harlem and East Rivers, Randall’s Island features so many great activities throughout the year that there truly is something for everyone! Take a look at the Randall’s Island Park Alliance website for more information! []

East River Esplanade

Join the Friends of the East River Esplanade (60-120 Streets) for public art, weekend festivals, music and more! More info:

Marcus Garvey Park

Stop by for weekly free events throughout the season, including classical theatre, concerts, film festivals and more! More info:

Thomas Jefferson Park

Come by for fitness, swimming, barbecuing and more! More info:

NYRP gardens

There’s always something to do at NYRP gardens in East Harlem and Mott Haven. Check out more info here: