Azalea Pond is a small water body located at the center of the Ramble, the Park’s most well-known woodland landscape.
It’s fed by the watercourse known as the Gill and is named for the woodland plantings of azaleas and rhododendrons that bloom in spring along its shore. It’s one of the most popular spots for birdwatching in the Ramble.
Things you can do here
The Ramble Tour10:00 am
Enjoy a respite from city life with a hike through Central Park’s serene Ramble, a 36-acre woodland landscape featuring cascades and tree-covered paths.
Tags: Art & Architecture / Plants and Trees