Whether you’re looking to brush up on your swing, throw a birthday party, participate in a camp, or simply work out, sports complexes offer a multitude of benefits. And in New York, you’ll find the utmost quality in sports centers. Here are the 10 best in the state.
This massive sports complex takes over three piers on the Hudson River and houses 23 acres of golfing, ice skating rinks, gymnastics centers, batting cages, rock climbing facilities, turf fields, a health club, and more.
This enormous indoor sports facility hosts after-school programs, summer camps, birthday parties, and more for kids interested in archery, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, martial arts, soccer, and volleyball.
Seventy-thousand square-feet of indoor sports space at Long Island Sports Hub contains four turf fields, a regulation-sized basketball court, an ice rink, two volleyball courts, and a glass viewing area for parents.
Two indoor soccer fields, a pool with swimming lessons, a fitness center, and class studios can be found at Astoria’s indoor sports institution. Ask about the Complex’s swimming lessons, birthday parties, and training programs.
With 25,000 square-feet of turf to play on, Long Island Sports Complex provides hours of fun and games. Parents can rent the field for a birthday party and kids can take part in a soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse, or football leagues.
Southern Westchester’s House of Sports contains 120,000 square-feet of sports space, including four regulation basketball courts, an 80-yard turf field, and a baseball training center.
“Designed by athletes for athletes,” Turf Island Indoor Sports Facility contains 20,000 square-feet of multi-sport turf fields, a basketball court, and batting cages. The Oceanside facility hosts leagues, teams, classes, and birthday parties.
Golden Goal Sports Park is an outdoor Olympic-inspired residential athlete’s village that hosts soccer and lacrosse tournaments as well as elite programs for adult athletes.
This Hudson Valley sports facility is 12,000 square-feet of indoor soccer, field hockey, flag football, volleyball, baseball, lacrosse, and more. They also hold classes, sports clinics, birthday parties, and training sessions.
After-school programs, clinics, classes, and summer camps at the Plex help kids build their skills in volleyball, basketball, field hockey, soccer, and other sports all year long.