The photos below show people sitting, running, walking, cycling, pushing baby strollers, sunbathing, picnicking, reading, walking their dogs, eating lunch, skateboarding, fishing and just hanging out. The most popular part is Hoboken’s South Waterfront including Pier A and Pier C Parks, both passive parks with abundant greenspace available to all rather than being restricted for single-use activities. As our waterfront gets more connected it will start to live up to its full potential as a linear, continuous public park.