Community Park is the heart and soul of the department. This park is home to our Tennis Center, Platform Tennis Courts, Clubhouse, Mini Golf, and newly renovated baseball/softball turf fields, and multi-use sports field.
Located in the middle of beautiful Garden City, the St. Paul's Recreation complex is used year round! Thirty acres of fields are used for various sports and events. In addition the complex has a Performing Arts Center and houses four full basketball courts.
The Department of Recreation and Parks sponsors a full range of activities, programs and trips to entertain our seniors.
Residents must be age 60 and older and reside within the Village of Garden City to use the facility.
More than just a standard municipal pool this facility continues to maintain a “Club Like” atmosphere with landscaped grounds, shade structures, and an interactive play pool and slides. We are “Fun in the Sun!”
One of the hidden gems of the Village of Garden City is our neighborhood parks. Our parks offer residents a place to shoot hoops, play on an open field or run around in a playground. Each park offers a unique experience.
The department offers a diverse number of programs to Garden City residents of all ages. We hope you will join in with other residents of Garden City who take part in the programs and activities we provide.
Can't stop by to register for a class? By obtaining a password ,after residence verification, you can register for department programs in the comforts of your home. This service is only for residents of the Village of Garden City.
Be part of the community by joining our team! No matter what size your business is, we have a sponsorship for you!
It's never to early to plan your next event. Whether you are planning a birthday party, a group event, need space for a meeting or just looking to get together with family, friends or coworkers, consider renting one of our recreation facilities!
The area encompassed by the Village of Garden City contains many historically sites, some dating back prior to 1869 when the Village began.