The peak of foliage in Central Park is expected to occur in the next 2 weeks: about 18 thousand trees change their color from green to yellow & orange but also red.
Anyone visiting NYC in the next 15 / 20 days should definitely spend some time in Central Park to admire this beautiful sight.
So many of you have asked us where exactly in Central Park you can see the best of the foliage.
We’ve selected for you 3 places that we think are really the best and can’t be missed.
Near the southeast entrance to Central Park and located in the most touristic area of the park, the Halley Nature Sanctuary is one of the most beautiful spots to observe not only the foliage but also the view of the Pond, the little lake at the entrance to Central Park.
A fantastic “corridor” with trees left and right, benches to sit on and even artists playing musical instruments – a masterpiece.
Walking through The Mall during the peak of foliage is absolutely an experience not to be missed.
The Reservoir is the largest lake in Central Park. Around the lake is a beautiful circular walkway, perfect for anyone who loves to walk but also jog.
At the edge of the walk you will find many trees, the perfect outline to enjoy the view of foliage.
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