Sports and Fitness

119th Street Tennis Association

The 10 hard courts at 119th St. in Riverside Park are open to the public and under jurisdiction of The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. The Courts are open for play 7 days a week, usually from mid-April until early December.

Partnerships for Parks
An initiative of the City Parks Foundation and the City’s Parks department, Partnership’s mission is to spur more community support for and involvement in New York City’s parks.

Riverside Clay Tennis Association
The 10 red clay courts at 96th Street in Riverside Park are open to the public and under the jurisdiction of The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. The Courts are open for play 7 days a week, usually from mid-April until early December. They also host weekly music concerts on Saturdays in the summer.

Riverside Park Conservancy
The Fund’s mission is to preserve and improve New York’s classic waterfront green space.

Traveling Rings, Riverside Park
Traveling rings are outdoor physical fitness equipment that provide enjoyable and challenging exercise for the whole body. Riverside Park has two sets of rings: one for adults and one for juniors. You can also play beach and “pavement” volleyball and walk the slackline.  The traveling rings are locaated near the Hudson Beach Cafe at West 104th Street in Riverside Park.

BodyStrength Fitness
Located at 250 W. 106th Street, this gym offers group classes in pilates, cardio fitness, Zumba, and many others. It houses states of the art fitness equipment. 212-316-3338