Azalea Pond is a small pond known as the centerpiece of the Ramble, fed by the tumbling stream called the Gill. The Azalea Pond gets its name from the spectacle view of the blooming Azalea flowers surrounding the pond during the springtime. This area is a well-preserved natural habitat frequently visited by bird watchers.
Things to See: Gill, Ramble (made up of 38 acres of woods and forest like confusing trails).
Location: Mid-Park in the Ramble at 76th Street.