Find Syracuse 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.
Syracuse Parks and Recreation 412 Spencer Street Syracuse NY 13204 315-473-4330
East Syracuse Parks & Recreation 500 McCool Avenue East Syracuse NY 13057 4.3 miles from Syracuse 315-463-6714
Onondaga County Parks 4851 Hopkins Road Liverpool NY 13088 5.1 miles from Syracuse 315-453-6720
Onondaga County Parks and Recreation 4851 Hopkins Road Liverpool NY 13088 5.1 miles from Syracuse 315-453-6711
Cicero Parks and Recreation 6046 Route 31 Cicero NY 13039 9.6 miles from Syracuse 315-699-5233
Manlius Parks and Recreation 7673 Pratts Falls Road Manlius NY 13104 10.9 miles from Syracuse 315-682-5934
Brewerton Parks and Recreation 9248 McKinley Ridge Rd Brewerton NY 13029 12.3 miles from Syracuse 315-676-7366
Skaneateles Town Parks and Recreation 97 State Street Road Skaneateles NY 13152 15.6 miles from Syracuse 315-685-5607
Cayuga County Parks 6914 East Lake Road Auburn NY 13021 22.0 miles from Syracuse 315-253-5611
Oswego Parks and Recreation 114 Mitchell Street Oswego NY 13126 34.4 miles from Syracuse 315-342-4951
Seneca Falls Parks and Recreation W Bayard Seneca Falls NY 13148 34.7 miles from Syracuse 315-568-8972
Rome Parks and Recreation 198 North Washington Street Rome NY 13440 36.5 miles from Syracuse 315-339-7656
Wayne County Parks 7312 Highway 31 Lyons NY 14489 45.0 miles from Syracuse 315-946-5836
Chenango County Parks 5 Court Street Norwich NY 13815 47.1 miles from Syracuse
Whitney Point Parks and Recreation DORCHESTER Park Whitney Point NY 13862 49.2 miles from Syracuse 607-692-4612
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.