There are so many fun activities found on Randall’s Island located in the East River right between the New York City boroughs of Queens and Manhattan. Below are 10 great activities for you to try on the weekend or after work.
Yes, catfish are one of the many fish species that can be found in New York City’s Central Park. While many people target bass and panfish there are a number of other fish one can catch and the yellow bullhead catfish is one of them.
Announcing Panfish Pandemonium!!! On August 4th, 2018 there will be a panfishing tournament help in Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Registration starts at 1pm and the fishing competition runs from 2-6pm. Entry fee is $5 and all skill levels are welcome.
A fun weekend summer option from New York City is found in Niagara Falls, NY. A 6.5 hour drive from Manhattan or a quick and relatively cheap flight into Buffalo airport makes this a great way to spent 48 hours.
The sun slips over the westside horizon and thousands of glowing lights begin to illuminate the Manhattan skyline.
Wanting to escape city living, at least for a couple hours on the weekend can be pretty straightforward in New York.
Case in point, Croton Gorge Park is 40 miles north of Manhattan (if you have a car) or you can take the Metro North Train to the Croton on Hudson stop. Note: if you take the train you will then need to take a car service for the remaining 2.5 miles to the park (and remember this because I will revisit it later.)
New York is the most populated city in the United States. It is home to some of the highest skyscrapers around. It has residential apartment buildings layered with tenants. Needless to say, it can be a crowded, congested place to live and visit. There are three moments when […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The Harlem Meer is a lake located at the north eastern corner of Central Park. It is easily accessible by the 2,3 train or the B,C or 6 trains but those require a little additional walking time. If you decide to head up to the […]
Home to a well-known botanical garden, a zoo, and the Yankees Stadium, the Bronx also houses a long list of attractions that remain unexplored by the majority of New Yorkers who don’t think to go a little farther north of Manhattan for art, culture, and dining.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Fishing has always been one of my favorite past-times. I grew up fishing in both fresh and saltwater and enjoyed spending a day outside waiting for a fish to bite. Fast forward a number of years and I was living and working in New York […]