THIS IS PART OF SEVERAL POSTS THAT WILL HIGHLIGHT THE AREA ABOVE 86th STREET (mostly eastside).
Many visitors come to NYC never go beyond 72nd street and a few probably go up to around 86th street. For those who venture above 86th street, there is much to see and enjoy.
Originally built-in 1860 as a temporary water supply for NYC and named after the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in 1994. This also offers a breathtaking view of Midtown Manhattan skyline.
People talk about:
- Take a walk around the reservoir at sunset. The view is amazing
- The most scenic – and flat – loop in Central Park! The loop is approximately 1.5 miles and filled with sweaty and sexy runners and walkers.
- One of my all time favorite NYC spots. Gorgeous views. Walk around once…or run. Beautiful in fall or spring.
- Love walking here. No bikes, strollers, or dogs allowed. Love it!