Lasker and Wollman Rinks are open all season for ice skating. During the coldest months, Conservatory Water is also available.
Though spring and fall are the peak migration seasons, there are still plenty of birds to see in Central Park during the winter.
The Ramble and the North Woods are two of the best spots for bird watching in Central Park.
With fewer visitors and fewer leaves, the winter is a great time to wander and explore Central Park.
Dedicated runners will brave the elements to enjoy their favorite activity.
You don't have to leave Manhattan to ski! The bridle path around the Reservoir is excellent for cross-country skiing.
When it snows, the sleds come out in Central Park. Pilgrim Hill and Cedar Hill are two popular locations.
Snow also brings snowmen (and women!).
Of course, snowman size may vary.
Cold weather doesn't mean the end of fun in Central Park! In the winter, the Park is filled with sledding, skating, cross-country skiing and more! Check out some of the most popular cold weather activities in the slideshow above.
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