The Ramble is a breathtaking highlight of Central Park. It was one of the first parts of Central Park to be built, and was designed for busy New Yorkers to escape.
Check out some of these photos and captions and plan your next outing!
About the Ramble
Located in Central Park, this dreamy gem consists of winding pathways between 73rd and 78th Streets. It goes for 38 acres. It is an aesthetically pleasing escape for Upper West Siders and all New Yorkers, for that matter. A breath of fresh air and a stunning natural habitat that we need more of in NYC.
The ramble has over 200 different bird species!
There is a scenic stream where park-goers can find other species of New York City wildlife!
Above the Gill (stream) is the super charming wooden Gill Bridge.
The Ramble is also the home to many stunning species of plants and trees. Just look at these colors!