Summer is all about being outdoors and having fun. One way to explore NYC with your kids is to check out some of our amazing parks and recreational spaces. Asphalt Green, a nonprofit dedicated to helping New Yorkers get healthy, is hosting Get Outside and Play! in neighborhoods throughout New York City - promoting that families to get fit, play games and enjoy the outdoors together.
Get Outside and Play! is a FREE family event held in playgrounds in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan, that encourages families to get fit and have fun together.
Get Outside and Play! with Asphalt Green
Saturday, July 16th
Visit asphaltgreen.org/play for more information about the event.
The Red Hook Neighborhood School
27 Huntington Street, Brooklyn, NY
Playground entrance on Columbia Street
between Huntington Street & Nelson Street
20 W. 112 Street, New York, NY
Playground entrance on 111th Street
between 5th Avenue & Lenox Avenue
811 E. 149 Street, Bronx, NY
Playground entrance on Union Avenue
between 149th Street & 150th Street
Lower East Side
100 Attorney Street, New York, NY
Playground entrance on corner of
Delancey Street & Attorney Street
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