On an Autumn Walk in Central Park, Everyone’s a Critic

On an Autumn Walk in Central Park, Everyone’s a Critic

The leaves are falling, Central Park entices you for an autumn walk. As the days grow shorter and the nights longer, there’s no better time to take a stroll through one of New York City’s most iconic parks.

by David Stone

Autumn in Central Park is a magical time when the leaves turn brilliant red and gold and the air is chilly and crisp.

It’s the perfect time to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy some peace and quiet surrounded by nature. So put on your comfiest shoes and your warmest coat, and head out for an autumn walk in Central Park.

Everyone’s A Critic Fine Art Print by Deborah Julian 8 1/2 x 11 inches on Etsy.

As you walk, take time to admire the changing leaves. Central Park is home to more than 24,000 trees, and they are truly a sight to see in the fall.

You can also stroll through the park’s many gardens, including the Conservatory Garden with its six acres of beautiful flowers, or the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden with its serene koi pond.


As the leaves start to change color and the air gets chilly, there’s no better place to be than Central Park in autumn.

The park is full of people walking, running, biking, and simply enjoying the fresh air. And with so many people comes the opportunity to people-watch. You never know who you’ll see or what you’ll see in Central Park.

Here’s how Central Park breaks up the Manhattan human energy grid:

Maybe you’ll see a bride and groom taking wedding photos, a group of friends playing Frisbee, or a mother pushing her child on a swingset.

No matter what you see, one thing is for sure – you’ll always be entertained in Central Park. So next time you’re looking for something to do on a crisp autumn day, head to Central Park and enjoy the sights and sounds of New York City.

If you’re feeling adventurous, hike up one of the park’s many hills for breathtaking views of Manhattan. No matter how you spend your time in Central Park, you’re sure to come away feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Next time you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, take a break in nature. A peaceful stroll in Central Park, even a splash of forest bathing, may be just what your need.

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