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You may use any of Parks' recreational spaces, except tennis courts, without a permit. However, if a permit holder arrives with a valid permit in hand, you must vacate the field or court. An individual must have a season permit or single-play ticket to use Parks' tennis courts.

Organized play (leagues) requires a permit. Click here for an application and more information about permits.

Alley Pond Park Hiking Trails

CHECK OUT OUR ALLEY POND PARK TRAILS PAGE FOR A MAP AND DIRECTIONS TO SCENIC LOCATIONS. (Queens) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Alley Pond Park 
Length: Various 
Difficulty: Various 
Other Details: Numerous trails wind through native hardwood (oak-hickory) forest and kettle ponds. The north end of the park boasts splendid salt marsh views. 

Arden Woods Trail

ARDEN & LEGATE AVENUE (Staten Island) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Arden Woods 
Length: 1.2 miles 
Difficulty: Easy 

Bayswater Park Hiking Trails

CHECK OUT OUR BAYSWATER TRAILS PAGE FOR A MAP FEATURING ENTRANCES AND DIRECTIONS TO SCENIC LOCATIONS. (Queens) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Bayswater Park 
Length: 0.25 miles 
Difficulty: Moderate 
Other Details: From the playground of Bayswater Park, follow the painted signs on the ground into the fields. Where the Sidewalk ends, across the field a large wooden post marks the beginning of the trail. 

Destination Playground

Bronx River Forest Hiking Trails

ENTER AT EAST GUN HILL ROAD FOR RED TRAIL AND BURKE AVENUE OR EAST 204TH ST. FOR BLUE TRAIL (Bronx) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Bronx Park 
Other Details: The Bronx River Forest trails offer a river respite from the busy Bronx nearby.
Check out our Bronx River Forest Trails page for a map and directions to scenic locations. 

Canarsie Park Hiking Trail

CHECK OUT OUR CANARSIE TRAILS PAGE FOR A MAP FEATURING ENTRANCES AND DIRECTIONS TO SCENIC LOCATIONS. (Brooklyn) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Canarsie Park 
Length: 0.5 miles 
Difficulty: Easy 
Other Details: The Canarsie blue loop trail is just over half a mile long and circles the wetland area at the eastern side of Canarsie Park. 

Clove Lakes Park Trail

VICTORY BOULEVARD (Staten Island) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Clove Lakes Park 
Length: 3.0 miles 
Difficulty: Easy 
Other Details: Visitors can enjoy walks by its valley lakes, ascend pathways through wooded hills, pause along its picturesque bridges, or visit New York City’s largest tulip tree. 

Destination Playground

Conference House Park Hiking Trails

CHECK OUT OUR CONFERENCE HOUSE PARK TRAILS PAGE FOR A MAP AND DIRECTIONS TO SCENIC LOCATIONS. (Staten Island) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Conference House Park 
Other Details: The Conference House Blue Trail extends from Shore Road and Satterlee Street all the way south to Brighton Street and Surf Avenue. Along the way, you can see a number of historic buildings, including the famed Conference House, and enjoy beautiful waterfront views of this beachside park. 

Forest Park Hiking Trails

CHECK OUT OUR FOREST PARK TRAILS PAGE FOR A MAP AND DIRECTIONS TO SCENIC LOCATIONS. (Queens) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Forest Park 
Length: Various 
Difficulty: Various 
Other Details: There are many parks with forests in NYC, but only one Forest Park! Numerous trails wind through native hardwood (oak-hickory) forest and kettle ponds in the park, home to the continuous oak forest in the city. Discover a century-old pine grove on the orange trail, go birding at Strack Pond on your way through the red trail, and check out some of the park's historic sites, including the Richmond Hill War Memorial and The Carousel.
Check out our Forest Park Trails page for a map and directions to scenic locations. 

Greenbelt Hiking Trails

CHECK OUT OUR GREENBELT TRAILS PAGE FOR A MAP AND DIRECTIONS TO SCENIC LOCATIONS. (Staten Island) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: The Greenbelt 
Length: Various 
Difficulty: Various 
Other Details: The Greenbelt is a 2,800-acre group of parks in the heart of Staten Island. It includes Blood Root Valley Park, Deere Park, High Rock Park, LaTourette Park, Manor Park, Reeds Basket Willow Swamp Park, Willowbrook Park, Richmond Parkway, and the William T. Davis Wildlife Refuge. More than 35 miles of trails offer opportunities for exploration and respite in The Greenbelt's network of diverse ecosystems, home to NYC's largest remaining forest preserve! Discover beautiful scenic locations as you journey past our tidal and freshwater wetlands, beech forests, and open meadows and ascend two of the highest points along the east coast at Heyerdahl Hill and Paulo's Peak (a 200-foot-tall mountain that offers a 360-degree view of The Greenbelt).
Check out our Greenbelt Trails page for a map and directions to scenic locations. 

Highbridge Park Hiking Trails

CHECK OUT OUR HIGHBRIDGE PARK TRAILS PAGE FOR A MAP AND DIRECTIONS TO SCENIC LOCATIONS. (Manhattan) | Map it
Facility Type: Hiking Trails
Park Name: Highbridge Park 
Length: Various 
Difficulty: Various 
Other Details: Commune with nature as you hike through the forests of this beautiful park that looks out to the Harlem River and the oldest standing bridge in New York City! Discover native and introduced trees, such as black cherry, northern oaks, and Virginia creepers, and delve into the park's history of supplying clean water to the city during the 19th century as you hike the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail. Look to the skies — Highbridge Park's forested areas and waterfront make for an ideal location for spotting hawks.
Check out our Highbridge Park Trails page for a map and directions to scenic locations. 

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