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When you're going for a walk you pass here. It just happens to be that Jackie O had a great love of the city and nature. She spent many years in NY as an editor. I would not consider this a historical landmark.
I live near here so I'm in Central Park all the time and this is one of my favorite walks. It's 1 and 1/3 miles around, so maybe 35-40 minutes (for me), and every step is a new view. In the spring, it's clouds of...More
You get some good views of the city skyline while walking or jogging around the reservoir. On Memorial Weekend there was still very pretty spring flowers in bloom. Great place for a tranquil stroll. Signs tell you this is a "one-way" walk to simplify what...More
The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir was built in the 1860’s as an emergency water source for New York City and is located in Manhattans Central Park. The reservoir is 40 feet deep and holds a billion gallons of water. This body of water is in...More
In the more quieter part of NYC, the UWS Upper West Side is far less crowded, especially north of Museum of Nat history. Nice to walk around the reservoir but there can also be quite a big amount of runners. Best time is absolutely weekdays...More