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Hudson River Waterfront Walkway

Spanning over 18 miles of the western shore of the Hudson River in New Jersey, the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway is the public trail that begins in Bayonne, stretches through Newport, and continues as far north as the George Washington Bridge.

Well regarded locally as one of the best places for walking, jogging and cycling, there’s lots to see along the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway. Find motivation as you enjoy river views and the Manhattan skyline, or take a moment and discover the gentle hush surrounding renowned artist Jaume Plensa’s Water’s Soul, a captivating and monumental sculpture that looks over the Hudson River, inviting visitors to enjoy a moment of calm each day.

Of course, the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway also connects to Newport Green, our city’s own sandy beach and splash park, along with a thriving downtown for contemporary dining and nightlife.



Hear What Others Say

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“I absolutely love and enjoy going on walks here specially during these covid times! Literally one of my favorite things to do while living in Hudson County. The Walkway is super long so you can literally go from North Bergen to Jersey City. You will find people walking, running and even biking. The view is a major plus because who doesn’t love a nice walk with an even better view?? I know I do!”

– Elite Reviewer From Yelp


Open 24 Hours


Convenient access at Newport Green Park, or Town Square Park and River Drive along the Hudson River

How to Visit

Location: Park Lane South and Hudson River Waterfront Walkway, Jersey City, NJ 07310

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week, the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway is located along the eastern waterfront of Newport, NJ, and the east side of the Hudson River. Connecting Hudson and Bergen counties, along with 9 municipalities, the walkway offers 10-20 foot wide lanes so there’s more than enough room for cycling, walking and running. The walkway also offers boat and kayak launching access as well as access to Mass Transit, including PATH lines.