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Parks, Playgrounds & Pools

Find great Parks, Playgrounds & Pools in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island.

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Queens
Glendale Playground bears the name of its neighborhood in west central Queens. In 1860 George S. ...
Location
Central Ave. bet. 70 St. and 71 St.
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Please check the pool rules here.

Manhattan
Located on the southeastern corner of Fifth Avenue and East 135th Street, this playground, as wel...
Location
5 Ave. and E. 135 St.
Brooklyn
Located south of Willoughby Avenue between Adelphi Street and Clermont Avenue in Brooklyn, this p...
Location
Adelphi St., Clermont Ave., Dekalb Ave., Willoughby Ave.
27-28 Thomson Ave., Long Island City New York
212 North End Avenue, New York New York
555 E 90th St, New York New York
Manhattan
Together, Asser Levy Playground, Asser Levy Pool, and Asser Levy Playground make up a year-round ...
Location
E. 23 St. To E. 25 St., FDR Drive
E 23rd & Asser Levy Place, New York New York
Queens
Location
30 Rd. bet. 45 St. and 46 St.
Queens
Although widely known for its beautiful pool, the oldest and largest in the city, Astoria Park of...
Location
19 St. bet. Astoria Park S. and Ditmars Blvd.
19th St, Astoria New York
787 Seventh Ave., New York New York
335 Madison Ave, New York New York
139 W. 32nd Street, New York New York
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Pool Rules

Every day during our summer pool season, thousands of visitors head to our city’s free public outdoor pools. Learn more about our pools, and dive in to find an outdoor pool near you!

Pool Hours

Due to the heat advisory, our Olympic- and intermediate-sized outdoor pools will close one hour later at 8 p.m., on Thursday, July 7

Outdoor pool hours are from 11:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m., with a break for pool cleaning between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Early bird and night owl lap swim hours are also available at select sites.

 

Know Before You Go

What to Wear

You’ll need to have a swimsuit to enter the pool area. We may choose to check men’s shorts for a lining if we can’t tell if they are wearing a bathing suit. Feel the need to cover up from the sun? Throw on a plain white shirt or white hat and you’re set. We don’t allow shirts with colors on them on the deck.

Information for Parents

Thinking of bringing floaties? It’s safer to leave them at home and just stay in the shallow end of the pool until everyone learns to swim. Want to venture deeper? Try some of our free swimming classes.

Babies or toddlers can put on swim diapers before they head into the water. While we may be able to find a place to park your stroller, we can’t keep an eye on it for you, so bring it at your own risk.

What to Bring

Make sure you have a sturdy lock when you head out to the pool. It will keep your valuables safe, and let you hit the water feeling more secure about your belongings. Locks are required to enter, and we will not accept luggage locks.

What Not to Bring

You’ll need to leave food, glass bottles, electronic devices, and newspapers at home. Unbound periodicals tend to blow around and create litter, food can be messy to clean up after, and there’s too much water around to make sure your electronics stay safe.  Just to be on the safe side, we also recommend leaving valuables like jewelry and credit cards at home.

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Queens
Glendale Playground bears the name of its neighborhood in west central Queens. In 1860 George S. ...
Location
Central Ave. bet. 70 St. and 71 St.
Showing 1 - 20 of 967 results
+ Pools

Please check the pool rules here.