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  • Chelsea Recreational Center

    430 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10010
    212-255-3705 Chelsea Recreational Center finally opened in 2004 after 30 years in the making. Equipped with a six-lane pool, gym, basketball court, and computer resource center, this six-floor extravaganza is one of the city's finest community centers. Open late every night and closed on Sundays. Check online or phone ahead for information regarding membership applications and facility availability. More >>

  • Cindy Lai Fitness

    134 W. 29th St. New York, NY 10001

  • Citi Field

    Citi Field

    123-01 Roosevelt Ave. New York, NY 11368
    718-507-6387 Opened in 2009 to replace the adjacent Shea Stadium—and still referred to as Shea by those protesting the corporate naming rights—Citi Field is the home of the New York Mets. It's located in Flushing Meadows—Corona Park Queens, near all the World's Fair relics. The ballpark has just under 42,000 seats and features a variety of entertainment and dining options, most notably the popular Shake Shack kiosk. It's fairly easily accessible by the 7 train or the Port Washington Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. More >>

  • City Climber's Club

    533 W. 59th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-974-2250 Run by and for a friendly and dedicated community of rock climbers, the club boasts over 30 routes under the (sometimes leaky) roof of the West 59th Street Recreation Center. At only $250 a year or $15 a visit, with free gear rental, it's a tiny fraction of the cost of most every other wall in the cityaand since it's a Parks facility, that fee includes use of the weight rooms, pools, and basketball courts. More >>

  • Claremont Riding Academy

    175 W. 89th St. New York, NY 10024
    212-724-5100 These Central Park stables have been in the same family since the 1930s. You can rent a palomino or an Appaloosa to ride the park's three hilly, secluded trails for $50 an hour. But don't forget, Prospect Park in Brooklyn and Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx also have miles of bridle paths, and their stables charge only $25 an hour for trail rides. More >>

  • Clearview Park Golf Course

    20212 Willets Point Blvd. Flushing, NY 11360
    718-229-2570 New York's most played 18-hole course is both inexpensive and forgiving (a good beginner course). See Parks Dept. Website for additional information. More >>

  • Coleman Skate Park

    Pike St. at Monroe St. New York, NY 10001

  • Cousins Paintball

    2727 Arthur Kill Road New York, NY 10309

  • Crack is Wack Basketball Court

    E. 128 St. & 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10032

    You may laugh at the name of this place, but it's widely considered among the city's top five individual courts. More >>

  • The Creek and the Cave

    The Creek and the Cave

    10-93 Jackson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101-5756

  • CrossFit NYC

    44 W. 28th St. New York, NY 10001

  • Cunningham Park Tennis Courts

    Frances Lewis Blvd. & Union Turnpike Flushing, NY 11375
    718-217-6452 20 Hard Courts, Lessons Offered. See Parks Dept. Website for additional information. More >>

  • Douglaston Golf Course

    6320 Parkway Flushing, NY 11368

    Situated at the highest point in Queens, this 18-hole golf course is short, hilly, and uneven, offering plenty of blind shots. Reservations required 10 days in advance. More >>

  • Dyker Beach Golf Course

    7th Ave. & 86 St. Brooklyn, NY 11228
    718-225-4653 18 hole regulation length course, 71 par, located deep-in-da-heart of Brooklyn. More >>

  • East 54th Street Recreation Center

    348 E. 54th St. New York, NY 10022

    This 93-year-old parkaoriginally built as a bathhouse to meet the needs of athe great unwashedaais now a site for basketball tournaments, volleyball games, and teen dances. Donations accepted. More >>

  • East River Park Tennis Courts

    90 Kent Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    347-297-9470 With constant highway squeals and construction clutter, these 12 hard tennis courts are pretty attitude-less. Feel free to accidentally lob the ball into another personas court. More >>

  • East River Waterfront

    E. 26th St. New York, NY 10010

  • Eastside Billiards

    163 E. 86th St. New York, NY 10028

  • Exhale

    150 Central Park S. New York, NY 10019
    212-561-7400 The yoga room in Exhaleas Central Park South location is so gorgeous and open that weddings have been conducted there. A haven of good smells and friendly faces in the heart of gray, grimy midtown, this spa offers body services from acupuncture to nutritional guidance, as well as full day schedules of yoga and core fusion classes. The staff at Exhale are not the hard-core, hard-bodied, intimidating weight-training fanatic types youall find at neighboring workout class centers. Instead, theyare so kind (genuinely kind!) that youall go back and pay the overpriced class fee over and over again just to see your new friends. More >>

  • ExtraVertical Climbing Center

    61 W. 62nd St. New York, NY 10023
    212-586-5382 This public climbing gym has more than 3,000 square feet of climbing, a large portion of which extends 50 feet in the air (the tallest wall in Manhattan). Drop-ins cost $9. Kids' classes are offered year round. More >>

  • Fordham University, Bahoshy Field

    Rose Hill Campus Bronx, NY 10458

  • Frames

    550 9th Ave. New York, NY 10018
    212-268-6909 Looking for dinner, dancing, and games all in one place? Frames not only offers 28 bowling lanes, but it has a full-service bar, gourmet menu, billiards, interactive media games, and a dance club, too. For those who want privacy, you can reserve a VIP lane or lounge for your party. More >>

  • Ft. Greene Park Tennis Courts

    DeKalb & S. Portland Aves Brooklyn, NY 11217
    212-639-9675 With 6 Hard Courts to choose from, both the playing and watching get high scores here. See Parks Dept. Website for additional information. More >>

  • Gantry Plaza State Park

    Gantry Plaza State Park

    4-09 47th Road Long Island City, NY 11101
    718-786-6385 New York Parks and Rec describes Gantry Plaza as a "riverside oasis," and that it is. The 12 acre park in Long Island City features four elevated piers and platforms for max-level vista basking. Gratuitously reclined armchairs encourage a good lounge while taking in the Manhattan skyline. The park includes basketball and handball courts, playgrounds, fishing pier with cleaning table, and a nearby dogrun. It's an easy stroll to the waterfront from the trusty 7 train through the most heavily gentrified business of this rapidly gentrifying neighborhood. There's no shortage of seafood restaurants nearby, with shopping and cafes two blocks away on Vernon Boulevard. More >>

  • Gauchos Gymnasium

    478 Gerard Ave. Bronx, NY 10451

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