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Randall's Island Park Trails offer a series of interconnected paved loops on an island in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The park offers a quiet setting, especially enjoyed by runners, with views of the skyline and access to plentiful amenities, like restrooms and water fountains. Numerous recreational facilities are also available in the park, including baseball fields, tennis courts and stadiums. Natural backdrops include wildflower meadows and a salt marsh.
Pedestrian crossings over the Harlem River connect the trail to downtown Manhattan. An adjoining trail, the Randall's Island Connector, crosses the Bronx Kill waterway, providing access to Bronx residents. On the southeast end of the island, the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge Pedestrian Walkway over the East River connects the trail system to Queens.
Parking is available on the north end of the island off Bronx Shore Road, as well as by the baseball fields off Sunken Meadow Loop.
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