A bowler throwing a cricket ball towards a batter.

Cricket Fields

Unfamiliar with cricket? It's time to catch up! This English pastime is one of the most widely played sports in the world. Visit one of our fields this weekend and begin your cricket education.

If you would like to reserve a cricket field for organized play, you must obtain an Athletic Field Permit.


NameLocation# of Fields
Baisley Pond ParkBaisley Pond Park
North Conduit Avenue & Baisley Boulevard
Baisley Pond Park SouthBaisley Pond Park
150th Street & 134th Avenue
Cunningham ParkCunningham Park
Tennis Horace Harding Expressway & Grand Central Parkway
Kissena Corridor ParkKissena Corridor Park
Peck Avenue & Underhill Avenue
Rockaway Community PlaygroundRockaway Community Park
Almeda Avenue
Roy Wilkins Recreation CenterRoy Wilkins Recreation Center
Baisley & Merrick boulevards, 115 Avenue, 177 Street
St. Albans ParkArchie Spigner Park
Merrick Boulevard, 173 Place, Sayers Avenue
Tudor ParkTudor Park
78-40 73rd Place
NameLocation# of Fields
Canarsie Beach ParkCanarsie Park
Seaview Avenue & East 92nd Street
Marine ParkMarine Park
Flimore Avenue & Marine Parkway
Roy A. Sweeney Cricket OvalSpring Creek Park
Gateway Drive off of Erskine Street
NameLocation# of Fields
Ferry Point ParkFerry Point Park
Schley and Brush avenues (Main Entrance)
Parade GroundVan Cortlandt Park
West 242nd to West 250th streets & Broadway
NameLocation# of Fields
Hell Gate FieldsRandall's Island Park
NameLocation# of Fields
Walker ParkWalker Park
District 1, Delafield Avenue & Davis Avenue

Related Information

It's My Park segment on cricket in the parks
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The History of Bat Sports in Parks

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