Find Westchester County New York parks and recreation department, including city and state park authorities, and systems. Parks departments provide information on local recreation facilities, city parks, state parks, activities, recreational land use, and sporting.
Bedford Hills Parks and Recreation 425 Cherry Street Bedford Hills NY 10507 914-666-7004
Briarcliff Manor Parks and Recreation 48 Macy Road Briarcliff Manor NY 10510 914-941-6560
Chappaqua Parks and Recreation 200 South Greeley Avenue Chappaqua NY 10514 914-238-3909
Harrison Parks and Recreation 270 Harrison Avenue Harrison NY 10528 914-835-3130
Hastings On Hudson Parks and Recreation 44 Main Street Hastings-on-Hudson NY 10706 914-478-2380
New Rochelle Parks and Recreation 515 North Avenue New Rochelle NY 10801 914-654-2087
Ossining Parks and Recreation 95 Broadway Ossining NY 10562 914-941-3189
Somers Parks and Recreation 82 Primrose Street Katonah NY 10536 914-232-8441
South Salem Parks and Recreation 99 Elmwood Road South Salem NY 10590 914-232-6162
Westchester County Parks 45 Welcher Avenue Peekskill NY 10566 914-862-5275
Westchester County Parks and Recreation 450 Saw Mill River Rd Ardsley NY 10502 914-231-4575
Westchester County Parks and Recreation 25 Moore Avenue Mount Kisco NY 10549 914-864-7122
White Plains Parks and Recreation 85 Gedney Way White Plains NY 10605 914-422-1336
Yonkers Parks and Recreation 285 Nepperhan Avenue Yonkers NY 10701 914-377-6450
Yorktown Heights Parks and Recreation 176 Granite Springs Road Yorktown Heights NY 10598 914-245-0587
Many programs and activities that are run by Parks Departments or take place at Parks Department facilities are fee-based. Many parks may be open to the public at no cost, though some heavily-trafficked parks may charge an entry or parking fee. State and federal parks that have campgrounds may also charge camping fees.
Parks Department programs and services are often limited to residents of the community. In some cases, Parks Departments may allow participation by non-residents, who must pay a higher fee. Use of public parks and passive recreation spaces is generally open to the public.
Local rules vary, but most public parks allow dogs. However, the vast majority of communities have leash laws that apply when bringing dogs to public parks.