Spring in #myCentralPark

A new season is here!

Welcome to Spring in #myCentralPark, a celebration of our essential shared greenspace in the heart of New York City. Central Park has proven to be an invaluable resource during this challenging time, offering enough space and fresh air so that the resilient people of this city have a place to play, relax, and breathe a little easier.

Searching for Spring

The #CentralParkConservancy​ team, who cares for the Park year-round, is often the first to notice the early signs of spring in the Park. From the first bright bud to a friendly robin hunting for worms, here is what they’re looking out for.

Join the Conversation

From searching the Park for the newest blooms to relaxing on a lush, sunny lawn, spring in Central Park is a true New York experience. As the seasons change, so does our relationship with the Park. Tell us your springtime Central Park story using the hashtag #myCentralPark on social media. You can also share your #myCentralPark story by submitting it here.

Spring blooms in Conservatory Garden, in pink and purple.

Browse Our Bloom & Tree Guide

Browse our Bloom & Tree Guide to learn when and where to find your favorite flowers this spring. Wherever you find yourself admiring the Park’s blooms, share the stunning colors with us by using the hashtag #CentralParkBloomWatch on social media.

How you can help

Conservancy staff continues to work in the Park daily, to ensure the Park is clean and open to all, now and always. As the nonprofit that cares for the Park, we can’t do it without your support.

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A manicured flower bed in early spring