Historic Harlem Parks

 Basketball Courts

How to Reserve an Athletic Field or Court

Organized leagues or special events need a permit to use an athletic field or court. For people under 18, the permit is free. For those 18 and over, a fee is required.

To reserve space, please see our Athletic Permits and Applications page.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, basketball courts are re-open, and rims will be re-installed beginning July 6. Participants should continue to wear face coverings, follow social distancing protocols and avoid high-contact pick-up games.


Browse Our Field and Court Map

Find out which athletic fields have been permitted and see what’s available for the current season at Historic Harlem Parks

Browse the Map

Cropped section of ballfield map

List of Basketball Courts

NameLocationAccessible
Jackie Robinson Park150 St. & Bradhurst Ave.
Morningside ParkW. 113 St. & MorningsideAccessible
Morningside ParkW. 116 St. & MorningsideAccessible
Morningside ParkW. 123 St. & MorningsideAccessible
Marcus Garvey ParkE. 120 to 124 Sts. and Madison Ave.
St. Nicholas ParkW. 141 St. & St. Nicholas Ave.
St. Nicholas ParkW. 133 St. & St. Nicholas Ave.
St. Nicholas Playground (North)129 to 130 St. & 7 Ave.
St. Nicholas Playground (South)128 St. & 7 Ave.
St. Nicholas TerraceW. 129 St. & St. Nicholas Ave.

Directions to Historic Harlem Parks

Know Before You Go

There are currently 2 service interruptions affecting access within this park.

Recreation CentersJackie Robinson Recreation Center

New York City’s recreation centers and indoor pools remain closed to the general public until further notice to provide COVID-19 related services as well as free childcare options for children who are scheduled for blended learning. To learn more or to apply for the childcare program, please visit the New York City Department of Education’s Learning Bridges program page.

Once we reopen, NYC Parks will extend all existing recreation center memberships to cover the length of time we are closed to the general public.


Recreation CentersPelham Fritz Recreation Center

New York City’s recreation centers and indoor pools remain closed to the general public until further notice to provide COVID-19 related services as well as free childcare options for children who are scheduled for blended learning. To learn more or to apply for the childcare program, please visit the New York City Department of Education’s Learning Bridges program page.

Once we reopen, NYC Parks will extend all existing recreation center memberships to cover the length of time we are closed to the general public.


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