The parking lot is also a venue for site-specific performances and events, some sponsored by Creative Time.
This newly renovated pier is part of Hudson River Park and is the site of summer events hosted by the park or outside groups.
A protected site because of its valuable ecological assets, 193.42-acre Clove Lakes Park has a rich natural history and a few remnants of the past. Chief among them are the park's lakes and ponds, outcroppings of serpentine rocks, and Staten 300 year-old tulip tree.Besides strolling down trails and paddling on its bodies of water to appreciate its beauty, visitors can also access several baseball diamonds, a soccer field, basketball court, playgrounds and football field and the Staten Island War Memorial Ice Skating Rink, an outdoor rink. Concerts take place near Clove Road and Chesire Place.
Located in one of the most central, convenient and beautiful parts of the City--right off of Central Park, Columbus Circle is home to the statue of Columbus, elevated in the middle of the circle, with the Time Warner Center in the background.
Named after the Greek colony of Croton, known for its Olympic athletes, Crotona Park has served the Bronx community steadily since its purchase by the City in 1888.
The 358-acre park in Queens boasts mountain bike trails for cyclists of all skills levels.
Tree-lined Damrosch Park hosts the free Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival each summer. The park is next to the Metropolitan Opera House.
Dance Parade New York includes more than 70 styles of dance, ranging from classical ballet to hip-hop and is a colorful explosion of beautiful costumes, decorative floats, lively music and joyous dancers.