Gallery: 6 Beautiful Places to See Spring Bloom in NYC

This Bronx treasure expands over a thousand acres and is New York City's fourth largest park. Carrying a rich history that begins as the original home of the Weckquaesgeek Indian, the land's steep ridges held formations as tall as Mount Everest. Housing the borough's largest fresh water lake, the locals commune with the natural landscape during a round of golf, a run the The Putnam Trail or along the Mosholu Parkway bike path. Van Cortlandt's  volunteers maintain the park's compost site and garden which was recently opened to the public. You can find plenty of space to enjoy the rich scenery and curl up to a good book underneath the bounty of trees.

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  1. VIADUCTgreene March 21, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    and the High Line. where your title page pic was taken, with Viburnum x bodnantense!