Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse at Swindler Park on the Harlem River is located in
other neighborhoods in Northern Manhattan include:
A Robert Stern-designed floating barge opened on the Harlem River to bring the wonderfully demanding sport of rowing to Manhattan. This stellar New York Restoration Project is now an active boathouse for local schoolchildren and is home to the New York Rowing Association.
Swindler Park Cove @ Dyckman Street & 200th Street
Last Modified: Friday Sep 12 2008
New Yorkers divide religiously along East Side/West Side lines. But occasionally they are known to travel to the Other Side. If you find yourself in such an unlikely position, you might take a cross-town bus: they run along 66th/67th Streets, 72nd, 86th, 96th, and 110th. These are, however, some of the slowest buses in the MTA's roster, famously clocked at an average of about four miles per hour. So you might also consider walking, enjoying the park along the way, and grinning as you pass the bus unloading its charges.