With its numerous species of deciduous trees, Autumn is a beautiful time to visit Central Park. The kind folks at the Central Park Conservancy recently created a great map and guide, showing you which sections of the park have which types of trees, and what colors to expect from them.
Each fall, many of Central Park’s roughly 20,000 trees transform into golden shades of yellow, orange, red, and more. It’s one of the Park’s most photogenic times of year. Looking for a self-guided adventure to find the Park’s most amazing autumn colors? We suggest the following landscapes.
- NORTH WOODS
- CONSERVATORY GARDEN
- THE POOL
- NORTH MEADOW AND THE RESERVOIR
- THE RAMBLE
- THE MALL
- HALLETT NATURE SANCTUARY AND THE POND
Read through the full Central Park Conservancy 2018 Fall Guide (pdf) for more info on how best to enjoy the season in the park.
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