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Town of Lake George Diamond Point Beach

Lake Road, Diamond Point, 12824 | (518) 668-5722

Town of Lake George Municipal Building

20 Old Post Road, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-5722

Town of Lake George Usher Park

Route 9L, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-5722

Town of Lexington Recreation and Community Programs

Crumb High School Football Field on Park Drive, Lexington, MA 02420 | (781) 698-4800

The Recreation and Community Programs Department manages and permits the recreation facilities in the Town of Lexington. These facilties are maintained by the Department of Public Works. Most recreation programs including administrative office personnel are supported through user fees. A limited number of athletic fields are available for residents to use, field conditions permitting. Field permits are required for organized or regular use on all fields. Permits are issued at the Recreation and Community Programs Department office on a first-come, first-served basis.

Town of Mamaroneck Senior Center

1288 West Boston Post Rd, Larchmont, NY 10538 | 914-834-8840

The Town of Mamaroneck Senior Center serves members of their community that are 55 years and older. Annual membership of $35 per person is required for residents of Mamaroneck and Larchmont. Those who do not live in this area can register at the center, but must pay a $50 registration fee. The center is open Monday through Friday with operating hours from 10:00am-3:30pm. They do have summer hours from Memorial through Labor day with operating hours of 10:00am-3:00pm. Curb‐to‐curb round trip transportation is available to residents of the Town of Mamaroneck, Village of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont with a $1 contribution. The senior center is a Senior Nutrition Program site which provides a hot lunch weekdays at 12pm with a $3 suggested contribution. Transportation and meal reservations must be made by the previous day by calling the center. This center offers a variety of recreational, social and educational activities which include group exercise classes, dance classes, board games, lectures, advanced art classes, bridge, mah jongg, themed events and special event outings. Most activities are free, but some do have an additional charge. Their art class, tai chi class, trips and special events have an additional fee for participants.

Town of New Castle Community Center

10 Senter Street, Chappaqua, NY 10514 | (914) 238-8888

The Town of New Castle Community Center is a facility that provides recreational services to the community. Some programming includes dance, cooking and fitness for adults, seniors and children. As stated in their mission the agency provides services to people of all ages. Every season there is a brochure that is posted on their website with a list of programs and services being offered. Registration forms are also available on line. Their website is as follows: wwww.recreation.mynewcastle.org. This agency is also in partnership with North East Special Recreation. There website is as follows: www.northeastspecialrec.org.

Town of Oneonta Fortin Park

Youngs Road, Oneonta, NY 13820 | 607-432-2900

Fortin Park is a facility in the Town of Oneonta located at the east end of the community. It is located on Youngs Road, well off main roads. There is a sign on the main road identifying Fortin Park. The park is easy to navigate and parking is by the facilities. There are two picnic pavilions, one is divided into two sections and the other is smaller. Both have portajohns in close proximity and playgrounds available. There is a softball field as well within the park area. In the winter, users can cross country ski and snowshoe around trails at the park. To reserve the use of park, facilities call the Town of Oneonta or go on line and download the application for use.

Town of Onondaga Senior Center

4834 Velasko Road, Syracuse, NY 13219 | (315)469-3464

According to the agency's website, " Senior Center Programs are run by the Town of Onondaga Parks and Recreation Department. We offer day trips, classes, special events, as well as health, fun and fitness activities."

Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center

1001 Stewart Ave, Bethpage, NY 11714 | (516) 433-7465

The Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center is a spacious indoor ice skating facility that provides guests a fun and safe place to enjoy the ice. The parking lot provides a good amount of accessible parking, and is a well-lit route from the lot to the front door. Upon entering the building, the reception area is easy to locate and directly located near the entrance. From there, past another set of doors is the entrance to the rink. Surrounding the rink are bleacher seats, and there are some benches closer to the rink provided for skaters. Offers sled hockey.

Town of Piercefield Water Supply

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"This assessment was completed by the IRRC as part of the New York State Scenic Byways Program accessibility project managed by the IRRC and the Adirondack North Country Association, funded by the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the New York State Department of Transportation.”

Town of Rosendale Recreation Park

1022 Route 32, Rosendale, NY 12472 | (845)658-8198

The Rosendale Recreation Center is a fantastic place that is open and accommodating whenever it can be. Although some of the facilities are old and outdated, the park is striving to both renovate and create new facilities for all people. The staff is welcoming and helpful whenever they can be. The administrative staff is kind and willing to try as hard as they can to make sure everyone has a good experience at the park.

Town of Schroeppel Parks and Recreation

69 County Route 57A, Phoenix, NY 13135 | (315) 695-2801

Located on Chestnut Street just outside the Village of Phoenix on 41 picturesque acres, Farley Park offers the following facilities in addition to a great winter sliding hill and a lot of “green space”: three picnic pavilions, two tennis courts, one basketball court, volleyball court (available only in the summer), two horseshoe pits, .59 walking track, one baseball field and a playground.

Town of Schroon Public Beach

Dock Road, Schroon Lake, NY 12870 | 518-532-7737

Schroon Lake is a pristine 9 mile lake located in the High Peaks of the Adirondack mountains. The Town of Schroon is a "quintessential small resort village" surrounded by a variety of year-round recreational activities for full-time and part-time residents, and vacationing visitors to enjoy. Schroon Lake stated amenities in chamber of commerce brochure are "breathtaking scenery, picturesque town park (assessed here), thriving arts community, miles of trails, lakes, ponds, river, streams, scenic by-ways, historical sites, 100's of Adirondack attractions in less than an hour's drive, hiking, boating, fishing, shopping, dining, festivals and events, golfing, winter sports, swimming, music, theatre, art and much more".

Town of Sharon - Bowmaker Pond

Route 10, Sharon Springs, NY 13459 |

Bowmaker Pond is a cooperative venture between the Town of Sharon and SUNY Cobleskill Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. It is close to the Sharon Springs Central School and is nice place to go for a picnic or to fish. The pond is stocked by SUNY Cobleskill.

Town of Tonawanda Aquatic and Fitness Center

1 Pool Plaza, Tonowanda, NY 14223 | (716) 874-7424

Make plans now to visit and join your state-of-the-art community recreation and family fitness center. The Town of Tonawanda Aquatic & Fitness Center brings new opportunities for you and your family -- learn to swim, take up aquatic fitness, join an aerobics class, improve your muscle tone, and much, much more. We invite you and your family to take advantage of all the Center has to offer. Visit our facility today and see for yourself just how easy it can be to meet and maintain your fitness goals and have a great time doing it.

Town of Webb Municipal Beach

Lakeview Ave, Old Forge, NY 13420 | (315)369-6799

Located on Lakeview Ave, the Municipal Beach is a great place to cool off on those hot summer days. There is also a tennis court nearby.

Town of Webb Park Ave Building

183 Park Ave, Old Forge, NY 13420 | (315)369-6799

This gymnasium is available for basketball and volleyball. The gym schedule is posted on the door. It shares a building with the DMV.

Town of Webb Visitors Center

3140 State Route 28, Old Forge, NY 13420 | (315)369-6799

The Town of Webb Visitors Center is located on State Route 28. It is a wonderful place to stop and see the views as well as get information on places to visit while in Old Forge.

Towns of Clifton-Fine Arena

State Highway 3, Star Lake, 13690 | (315) 848-3121

Towns of Clifton-Fine Public Golf Course

State Highway 3, Star Lake, 13690 | (518) 848-3570

From the website: 9 hole golf course with alternate tees, mens and ladies tees, golf cart rentals, pro shop, food, tournaments

Toytown Museum

636 Girard Avenue, East Aurora, NY 14052 | (716) 687-5151

The Toy Town Museum is a non-profit museum dedicated to preserving Western New York’s toy heritage and the importance that toys play in all our lives. Our museum is located in East Aurora, New York that is often referred to as “Toy Town USA.” Over the past 100 years there have been over 100 toy companies in WNY. East Aurora has been the home to over 10 different toy companies and is still today home the world headquarters of Fisher-Price.

Trailhead Neighborhood Park - Austin Parks and Recreation

10984 Boulder Lane, Austin, TX 78726 | 512-974-6700

Trailhead Neighborhood Park is approximately 14 acres and includes a restroom, playground, soccer field, picnic area, and more.

Trailside Nature Museum & Ward Pound Ridge Reservation

Located at the intersection of Route 35 and Route 121, Cross River, NY 10518 | (914) 864-7322

The Trailside Nature Museum is owned and operated by Westchester County Parks, Recreation, and Conservation, and was built in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Trailside was the first interpretive nature center in the country. The size of the original museum building was expanded in 1976 to include a classroom area, more office space, and the Delaware Indian Resource Center.

Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge

W 28488 Refuge Road , Trempealeau, WI 54661 | 608-539-2311

Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge is nestled along the eastern edge of the mighty Mississippi River. The scenic drive to the refuge along the Great River Scenic Byway entices travelers along the way. Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge is 6,446 acres. Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge lies within the Mississippi flyway, along the Mississippi River in western Wisconsin. It is an isolated backwater, cut off from the Mississippi and Trempealeau rivers by dikes. It is a resting and feeding area for waterfowl and other birds.

Trenton Town Park

8659 Fish Hatchery Rd., Barneveld, NY 13304 | (315) 896-2024

Trenton Town Park is open from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm from Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Facilities include the beach, pavilions, playground, horseshoe pits, softball and soccer fields, basketball and sand volleyball courts. There are also two pavilions available for events. Pavilion reservations are made through the Town Clerk's office or by mail by an application. No reservations are taken by phone.

Tri-City Regional Park

2301 Kraemer Blvd., Placentia, CA 92870 | (714) 973-3180

The 40-acre Tri-City Park is located in the City of Placentia, is bordered on two sides by the City of Fullerton, and is within a quarter-mile of the City of Brea’s border. It includes a lake and three reservable picnic shelters. A variety of recreational opportunities, including bicycling and walking, model sailboating, fishing and playgrounds are available.

Triangle Community Center

650 WEST AVENUE, Norwalk, CT 06850 | (203) 853-0600

Triangle Community Center (TCC) is Fairfield County's leading provider of programming and resources to nurture growth and connection within the LGBTQ community.

Triangle Park

East Garden St. and Lincoln Ave., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656

According to the agency website: "Triangle Park is a pocket park located at the corner of East Garden Street, Lincoln Avenue and McKinley Street. It mainly serves the population from Black River Boulevard to East Locust Street and from Van Buren Street to Floyd Avenue.

Trumansburg Golf Club

23 Halsey Street, Trumansburg, NY 14886 | (607) 387-8844

According to their website, “The Trumansburg Golf Club was established in 1969 as a public golf course. The course is available for receptions, tournaments and other events. Tee times are available throughout the week and weekends. Drop-in golfers will be scheduled around established tee times. The course is open April 1 to October 31.” It is also stated that the Trumansburg Golf Club is "one of the most beautiful 18 hole golf courses and best kept secrets in the Finger Lakes."

Tuckahoe Community Center

71 Columbus Ave, Tuckahoe, NY 10707 | (914)961-3100

This is a small recreational facility with many opportunities to participate in activities and meet new members of the community. Activities are fun and inclusive and all staff members are welcoming and friendly.