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Davenport Park

Davenport Avenue. 20-acre passive recreation area overlooking Long Island Sound, ideal for sunbathing, walking, sitting or reading a book. Contains a Shakespeare Garden. Fees may apply, free access with Park Passport. 

D’Onofrio Park 

Morgan Street & Emmett Terrace.  22-acre facility with 2 ball fields, parking area, public restroom; large children’s play area with playground equipment, and a pavilion with picnic tables.

Eddie Foy Park

Pelham Road & Weyman Avenue. Features playground equipment, a sandbox and park benches. 

Feeney Park 

7th Street & Washington Avenue. Contains playground equipment, a walking path, flower garden and benches.

Five Islands Park

LeFevre Lane. 15 acre park has a large grassy area, sunbather’s beach, picnic areas, pavilion, large children’s play area with equipment, outdoor amphitheater, shuffleboard, horseshoe courts, also ideal for nature walks. A pedestrian bridge links Big and Little Harrison Islands to the main Oakwood Island. This beautiful park has barbecue pits, picnic tables, benches, an open air pavilion and a dock for fishing on the half-acre Big Harrison Island. Free parking with Park Passport 

Flowers (City) Park 

Fifth and Potter Avenues. This is an active 20 acre park which houses 3 ball fields, a basketball court, playground, picnic area, Sidney E. Frank Skate Park, Fosina Stadium natural turf field and the artificial turf Skidelsky Field complex. 

Hudson Park

Hudson Park Road. It features a grassy recreation area with a cameo playground, a music band shell, seating areas, bathing, beaches and parking. Parking fees are in effect from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Free parking with Park Passport. 

Hudson Park Beach

Located in Hudson Park and is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Beach is opened weekends only in June and everyday from Monday, June 25th through Monday, September 3rd from 10am-6pm. Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult (18+ years). 

Huguenot Park

This 20-acre park is located in front of New Rochelle High School at North Avenue and Eastchester Road. This park contains two lakes that accommodate fishing and seasonal ice skating, a walking/jogging trail and Jack's Friendship Garden- the first city-wide special needs children's playground. Adjacent is the Huguenot Children's Library. 

Lemke Park 

Lemke Place & Rockland Avenue. Contains playground equipment and park benches.

Lincoln Park

Lincoln Avenue and Prince St. It covers 4 acres and contains a large children’s play area with equipment, lighted basketball courts, a stage area, and a small youth baseball field. A small outdoor swimming pool with a water slide, wading pool and water spray. Lincoln Pool Card is required for pool access. Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult (18+ years) for Lincoln Pool.

Maplewood Park

Stratton Road & Gaby Lane. Contains playground equipment, benches and a basketball court.

Neptune Park 

Fort Slocum & Pelham Roads with a scenic view of Glen Island Park. There is a grassy area and a fishing pier and dock where the Klondike is harbored. Also in this park is Cameron Dock with bocce courts, fishing pier and parking area. Sharkey Park adjoins Cameron Dock and has a horseshoe pitching facility. Fees may apply, free access with Park Passport. 

Pinebrook Park

Pinebrook Boulevard and Tulip Lane. Contains playground equipment, benches, a ball field, and a basketball court. 

Roosevelt Park 

Disbrow Lane (off North Avenue). Contains playground equipment, benches, a basketball court and fitness court. 

Ruby Dee Park at Library Green 

A downtown urban Park located adjacent to the New Rochelle Public Library bounded by Lawton Street (east) Memorial Highway (west) and Huguenot Street (north).

Seacord Park 

Allard Avenue & John Street. Contains playground equipment and park benches.

Sidney E. Frank Skate Park

436 Fifth Ave. A state-of-the-art facility offering individuals the opportunity to perfect their skills on skateboards, bikes and inline skates. Weather permitting, the park is open dawn to dusk, March through November.  

Stephenson Park 

Stephenson Boulevard & Lyons Place. Contains playground equipment, basketball court, a walking path, flower garden and benches. 

Sycamore Park

Kings Highway. Contains playground equipment, a basketball court and a small baseball field. 

VFW Tot Lot 

Pelham Road & Meadow Lane. Contains playground equipment and park benches.