Reasons to Visit Central Park in the Spring

If you visit Central Park, you'll quickly see why everyone raves about this grand urban park. And while everyone should explore New York's largest park at least once in their lifetime, there's something special about seeing the famous park in the Springtime. The carefully manicured lawns, epic vistas, and charming history make Central Park a magical place in the warm Spring and early Summer months. This series of photos are proof that Springtime in Central Park is worth it!

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The Park in Bloom

The concrete jungle that is the Big Apple is amazing to see in person. There's always so much to see and do no matter what time of year you visit. But seeing the city in the Springtime is special. The city comes alive as the snows melt away. People come out to greet the sun, finding the perfect place to catch rays in Central Park.

Having been to New York and Central Park several times, I honestly can say that the city is best enjoyed in the Spring, just before the heat waves of summer. The Park is alive with nature. Blooms and foliage abound, a lovely juxtaposition to the cold steel and glass buildings of Manhattan.

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More Reasons to Visit Central Park in Spring

Well, there you have it, folks. Twenty photos proving why you should definitely visit Central Park, one of America's greatest urban parks.

There really is no other park like it when you consider the concrete jungle that surrounds it. The lush, green oasis in the center of the city is paradise, a true escape from it all. Don't miss it when it's in full bloom!

For more New York City travel tips, be sure to read my 5-day NYC Itinerary! And if you still need more reasons to visit Central Park, then check out these Central Park activities:

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5 Comments

  1. Lisa Martin on May 14, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    Beautiful photos! I visited NYC ages ago, and have always wanted to return. I’ll be sure give a whole day to central park when I go back. Thanks!

  2. samiya selim on May 15, 2016 at 6:52 am

    We were in Central Park in May more than 9 years ago now! Love being there and can’t wait to be back 🙂

  3. Naiara Botía on May 15, 2016 at 11:31 am

    Soo beautiful!
    I hope to visit Central Park on next Christmas, Do you recomend it?

    Thank you so much!

  4. Renne Simpson on May 17, 2016 at 3:54 pm

    Soooo lucky! I’ve only visited in the winter time. I’ve never been able to see all this lush scenery like this.

    • acajunincali@gmail.com on May 21, 2016 at 8:56 am

      Central Park is equally as beautiful in the winter time. I love the stark white snow and zen-like atmosphere of the park in the winter. Especially compared to the sludge-like snow on the hectic city streets!

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