The northernmost tip of Manhattan island feels more idyllic than one would imagine an urban neighborhood could. Inwood Hill Park provides recreation in the largest forested area remaining on the island. Columbia Universityâ€™s athletic complex is also located in the area. Due to its suburban-like qualities, Inwood is popular with young families looking for more space while remaining within the confines of Manhattan. As bars and restaurants become more plentiful, however, the neighborhood is gaining popularity with a younger, hipper crowd. Bounded by the Harlem River to the north and east, the Hudson River to the west, and Fort Tryon Park to the south or Dyckman St. alternatively.