There's no place like New York City's beaches to lift your spirits. Visit Fort Tilden if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the summer crowds.
Bouldering has been one of the most popular activities in Central Park for decades. This is a great event for locals and tourists alike.
Incredibly beautiful vistas of the New York skyline can be had from the Statue of Liberty, which is surrounded by the waters of New Jersey.
The High Line is a striking example of New York City's inventiveness. Prospect Park is one of the most visited parks in New York City and for good reason.
The Hudson River is perfect for a day of kayaking. There are a lot of places where you can get free, high-quality lessons from knowledgeable teachers.
Camping is a wonderful way to spend time with loved ones or make new friends while also getting some fresh air and exercise.
Watkins Glens Waterfalls is a delightful destination, as there is so much to see and do there. It is a fantastic location for photographers.
The mountainous Mount Beacon is located in the southern New York city of Beacon. These sunsets and sunrises are quite stunning.
The Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge can be viewed in awe-inspiring detail from Owls Head Park when cycling southward.