On Friday nights, Lola Star hosts themed roller disco parties with a live DJ in Prospect Park.On select days, Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Roller Skating Rink at Pier 2 hosts adult nights with a live DJ from p.m. (admission is per person and it costs to rent skates).We don't want you to put your relationship to the challenge, but what better way to tickle your competitive sides! Take the Blue Trail to explore the forest (the last remaining natural forest in Manhattan and one of the best places to spot a bald eagle), as well as historic sites like Shorakkopoch Rock (where Manhattan was purchased) and the site of Fort Cockhill, which was built by the Continental Army.More information about Inwood Hill Park Immerse yourself in nature's splendor at this charming park, with pathways that lead through preserved forests, meadows, and across footbridges that look out on serene views of the park's lakes.What was once a dumping ground for cars, is now a lush, preserved forest with eight hiking trails and footbridges to the wetland marsh and Spring Pond --- a haven for migratory birds.Wander over to neighboring Wolfe's Pond Park, where there's a free swimming beach and acres of preserved natural areas.Remember to swim only when lifeguards are around and never leave kids unattended. More information about Alley Pond Park Adventure Course If you’re looking to explore the great outdoors without leaving Manhattan, head to Inwood Hill Park.More information about Rockaway Beach From zip-lines to human swing shots to boulder walls, come experience our obstacle course in Queens’ Alley Pond Park. Enjoy sprawling waterfront views and a lovely sunset here at Muscota Marsh near the Henry Hudson Bridge.
Admission is free on Saturday and Tuesday mornings. More information about Wave Hill Dance the summer away while roller skating to your favorite hits.
On the Seventh Avenue side, there are basketball, handball, and volleyball courts, as well as playgrounds, a soccer field, and a free outdoor pool.
More information about Sunset Park We’re showing many free movies, from classics to recent blockbusters, in our parks all summer.
There are picnic tables, barbecuing spots, ball fields, and nature exploration paths down at Lower Highland Park.
More information about Highland Park After closing for more than 40 years, the High Bridge—NYC’s oldest standing bridge—is open to the public!