With so much to do in Westchester parks, you will never get bored!
Anyone who’s ever thought that there’s “nothing to do” will find the perfect antidote in Westchester’s parks. Play ball, take a swim or an invigorating hike, ride a roller coaster at Playland Park, browse stunning art collections or skate on a frozen pond or the indoor Playland Ice Casino in season – the possibilities are endless. We’ve even got a great selection of summer camps for children from age four through teenagers where they can play music, learn to play golf or basketball or learn to be stewards of the natural environment.
|Art in Parks
The Gallery in the Park at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation is a program of "Art in Parks," which brings changing ehibitions of sculpture, painting, murals and other forms of artwork to county parks. Learn more
|Boating and Fishing
Fishing is permitted in all the streams and lakes under the control of the Westchester County Parks Department, except in the nature preserves and where "No Fishing" signs are displayed. Learn more
With nearly 18,000 acres of open space, miles of trails, scenic views, and a host of recreational opportunities, the county’s parks are ideal settings for year-round camping, whether you’re a seasoned camper or just getting started. Learn more
From nature discovery to learning basketball, golf and music skills, Westchester County Parks offers summer camps and programs for children of all ages and interests. Learn more
Whether you're planning a small family party for 10 or a company picnic for 500, Westchester County Parks provide an ideal setting for your next group outing. Learn more
|Hiking and Biking
With miles of trail, reservations, and preserves, Westchester County is perfect for your hiking and biking adventures. County bicycle and fitness trails are open year round. Learn more
Westchester County owns and operates five public pools and three beaches, located in Croton, Rye, New Rochelle, White Plains, Yonkers and Mount Vernon. Learn more