At City Parks Foundation, our mission is to create vibrant and healthy urban communities for all New Yorkers. Through our kids fitness programs, we activate neighborhood parks with fun programs and healthy activities for kids & their families.
City Parks Foundation is launching a new registration platform through LeagueApps in 2023. When registering for a program, you will be prompted to create a profile for you and/or your family. This profile will be used when signing up for any CityParks Play programs moving forward. We encourage you to save your login credentials for future reference. If you are registering multiple children for programs, please only create one membership profile and add each of your children to the account. Should you have any questions or experience any issues with the registration process please contact us at email@example.com
Everyday Play programs are held this season at Kaiser Park, Baisley Pond Park and Pelham Bay Park.
July – August
Ages 6 – 17
Everyday Play is a free, 5-day per week multi-sport program for kids ages 8-17. Students enjoy a rotating schedule of activities which typically feature two different sports each day, including tennis, golf, track & field, soccer and general fitness. Throughout the six week program, our coaches introduce the basics of these sports while also providing fun games and contests to keep kids active and engaged.
Check back for updates as additional sites may be added and schedule changes may occur.
Generous private support for CityParks Everyday Play is provided by the Thompson Family Foundation, The Linda B. and Howard S. Stern Family Foundation, The Dick’s Sporting Goods Foundation, and The Venable Foundation. Generous public support is provided by the NYC Council. In partnership with NYC Parks.
At City Parks Foundation, our mission is to encourage New Yorkers to use their neighborhood parks by offering free environmental education, arts, sports, and community-building programs that bring people into their local green spaces. Please give now if you can—we know that city parks will continue to thrive when all New Yorkers get involved.