Recreational Facilities

Taxonomy Code: PL-6400.7000

Programs that develop, maintain and make available to the public, acreage and facilities for a broad range of recreational activities, sports and games; and/or urban open spaces where people can gather to eat lunch, socialize and enjoy being outdoors.

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ADULT EDUCATIONProvides adult education programs through the Town of Southold's Recreation Department. Offers courses in sports, music, defensive driving for seniors, arts and crafts, yoga, beginning computers, personal enrichment, cooking and digital photography.SuffolkRECREATION DEPARTMENTTOWN OF SOUTHOLD
CAMP SEAHAWKThis new camp, provided by the Town of Huntington in cooperation with the Cold Spring Harbor School District, will feature a variety of sports, arts and crafts, special events, and also a math/science/technology component. This M/S/T component will focus on fun and exciting projects with the use of computers. Call for more information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
CENTER FOR RECREATION AND SPORTS MEMBERSHIPSOffers alumni, family members of current faculty, staff and students as well as affiliates and local residents the opportunity to "have fun and be active" by joining one of the Center for Recreation and Sports (CRS) Membership Programs. All CRS membership programs allow the member to come and work out/play in our new, state of the art recreational facilities during regularly scheduled hours. These facilities include: State of the art, 5,000 sq.ft. Recreational Fitness Center including 28 cardio machines, Cybex selectorized weight circuit and 14 free weight stations, cable machines and a stretching area; 4 lane, 25 yard swimming pool; 1/10 mile indoor track with scenic views to the outdoors; 3 court gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and badminton; Indoor racket courts (1 conversion racquetball court and 1 dedicated squash court); Outdoor tennis courts (4) and Locker rooms with grooming stations and shower rooms. Recreation facility hours are available on the website. Recreation hours vary during Breaks, Intersession and the summer. Also, gymnasium hours are subject to change depending on athletic and recreation events being held. Call for additional information, times and fees. Also offered is a unique opportunity for CRS members, Adelphi University’s “Healthy Steps” program. This program is an intake and training process designed to guide participants towards maintaining an active lifestyle and enjoying a safe and highly effective exercise experience. All members will automatically be enrolled in (parts of) the Healthy Steps program and hopefully take advantage of the best Adelphi has to offer. Important: Review the Healthy Steps to an Active Lifestyle program information. (Additional fees may be required). Call for more detailed information.NassauCENTER FOR RECREATION AND SPORTS MEMBERSHIPSADELPHI UNIVERSITY
CONFERENCE SERVICESWith over 30 years of experience, let Hofstra University coordinate your next event on our beautiful Long Island campus. With close proximity to New York City, Hofstra University is only half-hour drive from the three major New York area airports. Hofstra Conference Services offers small and large meeting spaces, summer housing, on-site audio visual services, on-site catering services and a 24 hour hospitality desk during summer months. The Hofstra campus hosts over 10,000 events annually. This includes meetings, summer/sports camp, expos, seminars, religious retreats, trainings, exam preparation and the honor of three Presidential Debates! Call for more information regarding facilities, price and questions.NassauCONFERENCE SERVICESHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
CONFERENCES & SPECIAL EVENTSIs ideal for hosting a variety of conferences and events. Its clean lines and open spaces bring the elements of the outdoors inside, through multiple skylights, marble floors, indoor pools and fountains, and a glass wall overlooking a traditional Chinese garden. The building’s elegant atmosphere is enhanced by seasonal art exhibits designed to explore Asian & Asian American cultures. The Center’s versatile 124,000-square-foot layout features five multi-purpose meeting rooms of various sizes, two lecture halls, a fully equipped 239-seat theater, four open-air galleries and a non-denominational chapel. On the second floor is Jasmine, a full-service cafe offering an array of delicious, fresh and seasonal Asian dishes. With state-of-the-art technology, the Charles B. Wang Center has the ability to link scholars and researchers from all over the world in real time. An array of academic, business and cultural groups have enjoyed this facility as an elegant but relaxed setting for exchanging ideas and celebrating successes. Our available spaces include: Chapel: Created For Peaceful And Thoughtful Meditation, The Chapel Features A Calming Bamboo Garden With Lake Taihu Rocks. Frosted Glass Hides A Skylight From Direct View, Diffusing Sunshine And Giving The Space A Soft, Subtle Light. The Chapel Is Large Enough For Most Gatherings, But Small Enough To Feel Intimate. It Accommodates Up To 80 Guests For Theater-Style Seating, Or 64 Guests For Seated Meals; Galleries: The Main, Skylight, Theater And Zodiac Galleries Function As Reception Areas For Seated Dinners Or Casual Lunches Before, During And After Conferences. Each Lobby Can Seat More Than 150 Guests And Can Accommodate A Variety Of Layouts. The Confluence Of Abundant Natural Light And Relaxed Elegant Spaces Throughout The Charles B. Wang Center Makes For A Serene And Unique Environment; Gardens: Guests Are Invited To Explore This Peaceful Space During Breaks For Fresh Air And Time To Reflect; Lecture Halls: Our Lecture Halls Have The Ability To Link Participants From All Over The World In Real Time, And To Seamlessly Feature Any Audio Visual Presentations. Lecture Hall 1 Boasts Well-Appointed Theater Seating With Flip Desks At Each Seat And Seats 71. Lecture Hall 2 Provides Individual Portals For Attendee Laptops At Each Seat And Seats 87; Meeting Rooms: Four Multipurpose Rooms Offer Seating Capacities Ranging From 10-110 People, Depending On The Desired Layout. Many Of These Also Have Adjoining Garden Spaces For Fresh-Air Breaks Or Activities. Space Is Equipped With Wireless Internet Access, A Projector And Full Audio Visual Service. A Professional, Experienced Production Manager Is On Staff To Assist With Technical Setups Where Needed and Theater: With A Professional Stage And Whisper-Perfect Acoustics, The Wang Theater Comfortably Seats 239 Guests. This Facility Has A Spacious Lobby, And A Street-Level Entrance. The Theater Has An Intimate Feel, But The Stage Is Designed To Be Large enough to feature any kind of performance, lecture or film. A full-time, skilled production manager and on-site audio visual department mean your production will get the support it needs to shine. Our Conference and Event Services Team can provide an array for services to conference and event organizers looking to host on our campus. Our Services at a Glance include: Event Consultation; Site Visits & Venue Selection; Venue Reservations; Budget Development; Conference Housing and Local Hotel Accommodations; Rentals (including audio/visual, tables, chairs, linens); Catering (including food and alcohol permits); Banquet Dinners; Registration and Guest Check-In; Faculty Keynote Speakers; Student Musicians; Guest Parking & Shuttle Bus Transportation; Giveaways; Excursions; Directional Signage and Day of Event Support. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCONFERENCES & SPECIAL EVENTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
DIX HILLS PARK ADVENTURE CAMPProvides full day camp for students grades 1-8. Four two week sessions. Activities include recreational/instructional swimming, ice skating, arts and crafts, sports, group games, and optional golf workshop-additional fee. No transportation. Maximum 2 week session. Call for information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
DROP-IN PROGRAMProvides a supportive environment for individuals with mental health disabilities to meet, socialize, share a meal, and explore their community. It is a perfect avenue to practice learned community and life skills through field trips, arts and crafts, music, games and sports.SuffolkDROP-IN PROGRAMSAYVILLE PROJECT COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM
EAGLE ESTATES PARKPlayground and ball field.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
HEALTH CLUBSAt the Eastern Campus Health and Wellness Center, we strive to maintain the East End’s largest indoor, heated aquatic facility, a state-of-the-art rock climbing wall and a gym and fitness facility that offers our members an unparalleled wellness environment that is supervised by a well-trained staff. Our health club strives to make our community healthier by giving everyone the opportunity to incorporate fitness into their daily routine. We want our members to relax, get in shape, and have fun in a clean and safe environment. Our staff is dedicated to helping you reach and exceed your fitness goals. Each yearly membership includes the following: 25 Yard/ Multi-Lane Pool; Free Weights; Full Fitness Suite; Rock Climbing Wall and Locker rooms/Showers. At Health Club-Michael J. Grant, we strive to maintain a state-of-the-art gym and fitness facility that offers the clientele diverse, productive and accessible means of exercise and fitness that is supervised by a well-trained staff. We pride ourselves on providing the best of the basics, and that means rows of top-of-the-line equipment to get you in great shape, spacious and clean facilities, TVs by cardio machines, comfortable locker rooms, saunas and a welcoming staff. In addition to our fitness center, we also offer access to our Olympic size swimming pool for both novice and expert swimmers. Each yearly membership includes the following: 25 Meter/ 8 Lane Pool; Water "Aquarobic" classes Monday through Friday at 11 a.m.; Free Weights; Cybex Strength Assisted Lifting Systems; Cybex Cardiovascular Equipment and Locker rooms/Saunas/ Showers. Memberships are available for SCCC full-time and part-time students, Suffolk and Non-Suffolk county residents as well as families and seniors. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkHEALTH CLUBSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MITE DIVISION/RECREATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEThis Mite Division hockey league is a recreational hockey league for children ages 4-8. Walk in application.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
SENIOR LUNCH PROGRAM-GREAT NECK SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERProvides hot lunch 5 times a week to seniors 60 years of age and older. Walk in, call. Minority/low income population in 2 subsidized housing complexes are targeted for hot lunch, programs and social services. This program is partially funded by the Nassau County Department of Senior Affairs as a Senior Community Service Center.NassauSENIOR LUNCH PROGRAM-GREAT NECK SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERGREAT NECK SENIOR CENTER, INC.
SKATE PARK FACILITIESProvides skating and BMX enthusiasts with a large open space to explore a number of features such as half pipes, quarter pipes, fun boxes, ramps, spines, rails and other obstacles. Safety equipment- ANSI or SNELL approved helmets, knee and elbow pads and wrist guards must be worn. Veterans Memorial Park, Bellerose Avenue, East Northport, 11731SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
SPORTS COMPLEXOffers many athletic facilities. The Sports Complex consists of the The Pritchard Gymnasium; Stuart Goldstein Development Center; Kenneth P. Lavalle Stadium; Joe Nathan Field; Island Federal Credit Union Arena; University Tennis Courts; University Field, University Pool, University Track and Dubin Family Athletic Performance Center. The Sports Complex also offers summer camps to youth in various sports. Most athletic facilities may be used for recreational purposes when they are not scheduled for classes, intercollegiate, intramural or special events. Membership is required for use of the Sports Complex by all non-Stony Brook ID holders. Information pertaining to all physical education, athletic offerings and facility usage may be obtained by calling 631-632-9271SuffolkSPORTS COMPLEXSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
STAFF SERGEANT KEITH BISHOP MEMORIAL PARKPlayground, basketball court, and ball field.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
SUMMER CAMPProvides an overnight summer camp for youth ages 7-17. Week long sessions over an eight week period offering sailing, canoeing, swimming, kayaking, archery, sports, rope course and other recreational activities. Call for more information.SuffolkSUMMER CAMPCAMP DEWOLFE
YOUTH CENTERServices for youth ages 5-18 include Drop-In Lounge, arts and crafts, recreation and sports activities, Travel Basketballl Program, open gym, informal counseling, homework help, trips, and referrals.SuffolkYOUTH CENTERDEER PARK COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION, INC.

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