Sports and Fitness in Queens, NY
Pools in Queens
Pools in Queens - where to swim in Queens, New York.
NYC Marathon in Queens
The NYC Marathon reaches its halfway point in Long Island City, Queens. It's a great place to watch the race with less crowds, a friendly neighborhood vibe, and restaurants and bars for toasting the runners.
NYC Bocce Championships
The 14th annual NYC Bocce Championships will be held the last weekend in September with the borough championships played on Saturday and the city-wide champs on Sunday.
Tennis Courts in Queens, New York
Find a public tennis court in Queens, New York.
US Open Tennis Championships in Flushing, NY
Learn about the US Open Tennis Championships held every August in Flushing, NY. Check here for information including free events and nearby facilities.
Can I Play Tennis at the US Open Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows?
Playing tennis on the blue courts of the US Open is a lot easier than you might imagine.
Golfing in Queens - Guide to Playing Golf in Queens, New York
Golfing is an extremely popular sport in Queens, and can be enjoyed at four local golf courses, all of which are public courses owned by New York City and managed by American Golf. The courses are in Forest Park, Clearview Park, Douglaston, and Kissena Park.
Golf Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, and Mini-Golf in Queens
Enjoy golf on the strenuious pitch and putt courses or mini-golf. Plus there's a golf driving range for improving your swing.
Fitness Clubs and Exercise Classes in Queens, New York
Looking to get in shape in our fine borough? Join a pool or fitness center. Or get in shape while learning self-defense skills (martial arts) at your local karate dojo.
Yoga and Pilates Classes in Queens
Stretch into shape with yoga or pilates. Yoga and pilates studios and classes are offered throughout Queens.
Kissena Park Velodrome: Bike Racing in Queens
Visitors guide to the Velodrome in Kissena Park. The Velodrome was built in 1964 for Olympic trials and reopened in 2004 after major renovations for better bike racing than ever.
Welcome to Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Check out the Park in the heart of Queens, New York. See all the delights that await in this great park. It's home to the Unisphere, Shea Stadium, and Meadow Lake, just to name a few.
Parks in Queens, New York
Check here for information on major federal, state, and city parks in Queens, including locations, attractions, activities, and facilities, courtesy of the Office of Queens Borough President.
Kissena Cycling Club
The Kissena Cycling Club is the premier cycling organization in NYC. Their Kissena Velodrome is in a wetland near Kissena Park’s southeast corner, and of course, that's in Flushing, Queens.
Quantum Feet Road Runners
The Quantum Feet Road Runners supports recreational and competitive runners in New York City, particularly in the Fresh Meadows and Bayside areas. The Road Runners have regularly scheduled group runs and speed workouts.
Long Island City Community Boathouse
The LIC Community Boathouse doesn't yet have a boathouse, but they do have boats and lots of knowledge of local waterways. This organization encourages boating, education, and renewal of the East River.
Rockaway Rugby Football Club - The Fisheads
A rugby team that plays at Fort Tilden in the Rockaways.
Where to Inline Skate in Queens, New York
Find out the best places to inline skate or rollerblade in Queens. Includes great details for neighborhoods all over the borough.
Badminton Club in Queens
Badminton club offering regular play and training.
New York City Golf
A site dedicated to golf in NYC. Includes info on a few Queens, New York, golf courses.
Okinawan Karate in Queens
This dojo in Forest Hills, Queens, teaches Okinawan-style karate.
The West Side Tennis Club
The West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, Queens, was once the site of the US Open. It maintains 38 courts on four different surfaces. In addition to swinging the rackets, go for a stroll on its beautiful, cobblestone grounds.
Yoga in Astoria
Yoga is popular in Astoria, Queens. Here are some great places to take yoga classes in Astoria.