Organized youth soccer-- For info call Ossining recreation dept.
|Veterans' Park |
|941-3189||Open only during park hours
|Bear Mountain |
|786-2701||Small rink, picturesque setting, almost always open
|Edward Murray Rink |
|377-6469 , 377-6470|| Full sized, indoor
|Ebersole Rink |
|422-1348 , 422-1390||Full sized, semi-indoor
|Teatown Lake Reservation|
|762-2912||Lake skating, often snow covered. Skate at own risk, no supervision|
|Westchester Skating |
|347-8232||New private facility. Indoor, 3 rinks. Call for schedule|
Swimming in Hudson NOT recommended due to strong tidal currents!
Bring your own horseshoes. Pits available on first-come/first-serve basis.
Pavilions available for special events, parties, etc. Call recreation dept. for reservations and policy. 941-3189
Swimming for all ages in pools at Community Center and Cedar Lane Park. Call rec. dept. for further info. 941-3189
Great fishing in Hudson River (Striped Bass 40 pounders, shad, bluefish,) and good family fishing on lake at Cedar Lane Park. Lead fishing weights discouraged for wildlife protection.
Hiking on Crawbuckie Beach nature trails great for bird watching. Hiking at Cedar Lane park for deer, wild Turkey, and Coyote spotting. Also beautiful rock formations.
Tracks open without reservation except during scheduled events.
Bocce is an outdoor game involving bowling a fist-sized ball down a lane toward another ball. The closest wins. A traditional sport in Lower East Side New York and Italy. Lots of fun and good for all ages.
Tennis in Ossining requires a permit.
Call recreation dept. for info on indoor basketball during winter. 941-3189
Call recreation dept. for scheduled events and for reservations. 941-3189
Call recreation dept. for information on playgrounds . 941-3189
Call recreation dept. for further information 941-3189
There are no official equestrian facilities in Ossining (yet). However, the Old Croton Aqueduct Park, which is a linear state park running for 30 miles from New York City to the Croton Dam, IS an officially designated bridal path. The Old Croton Aqueduct park runs through Ossining for several miles. Gerlach Park in Ossining is an ideal starting point as you can park your horse trailer and ride 50 yards to get onto the Aqueduct. It's about a 4 mile ride to Croton Dam from there. Bathroom facilities. Water fountain. For information on the Old Croton Aqueduct, call the New York State parks dept. Taconic region. (718) 595-3506 or (718) 595-3483 for a walker's guide to the aqueduct.
Call the recreation dept. for information on restroom hours, etc. 941-3189