Chester Heights Park (Oregon Avenue)
This five-acre park contains a softball field, a basketball court and two playgrounds. New benches have recently been added.
Cooper Field (Locust Avenue):A brand new baseball and softball field on four acres in the north end of the Town. A small playground is also featured.
Dunwoodie Park (Dunwoodie Street):This is a seven-acre park consisting of Saggese Field, an official Pony-Colt baseball field, a basketball court, and a large playfield for soccer, softball, or football.
Garth Road Park (Garth Road):This park includes O'Rourke Field, an official Little League field, climbing apparatus, swings, slides, benches, two basketball courts, checker tables and picnic tables. A new piece of playground equipment was recently added.
Joyce Road Park (Joyce Road):There is a small playfield, climbing apparatus and benches on this two-thirds of an acre. A climbing structure and additional benches have been added.
Labriola Park (end of Farella Way -Burnham Rd):There are two Little League size ballfields and one smaller children's ballfield that can be used for softball. Picnic tables are available. Group picnics can be held but must be reserved through the Recreation & Parks office. There is a charge for group picnics. Restrooms are available. A state of the art playground with a rubber surface was recently added along with benches.
Lake Isle Country Club (White Plains Road):Situated on over 116 acres, Lake Isle has a championship 18-hole golf course, eight Har-Tru tennis courts, and an extensive pool complex with five swimming pools. Lake Isle is also the home of the Town's Senior Citizen Nutrition program. Consult Lake Isle Country Club literature or call 961-3453 for additional information. George Papademetriou is the Manager.
Leewood Park (Leewood Drive):This park has six all-weather tennis courts. There is also a basketball court, ballfield and playground with swings, slides and climbing apparatus.
Main Street Playground (Main Street and Marbledale Road in Tuckahoe):There is a three-acre park located in and maintained by Tuckahoe, but programmed by Eastchester. It has two full basketball courts with lights, a climber, swings and benches.
Parkway Oval (Consulate Drive in Tuckahoe):This is a 14-acre park located in Tuckahoe but owned and maintained by Eastchester. It has a baseball and softball field, soccer fields, all-purpose playfield and a full basketball court, a playground area with swings, climber and benches. This park is adjacent to a jogging and bicycle path along the scenic Bronx River.
Haindl Recreation Park (Farella Way/Burnham Road and Rescigno Drive):This recently renovated facility features a professional quality Field Turf field with lights and bleachers for Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, Baseball and Softball on four and half acres of parkland. The field house has bathrooms, snack bar and a large recreation room used by the Recreation Department for Summer and Winter Camps and Teen Scene game nights. All youth leagues use the facility for meetings, practices and parties. A generator runs the facility for night games with no electrical costs. The field house also serves as an Emergency Center.
Rescigno Park (Brook Street):This one-half acre park contains plantings, monuments and benches.
Memorial Park (White Plains Road and California Road):The Veteran's Memorial, Gold Star Mother's Monument and Congressional Medal of Honor Garden and Memorial are located in this one acre park. Also featured are award winning plantings with paths and benches.
Oakridge Park (Mill Road):A lovely Victorian gazebo is the centerpiece of this one-quarter acre park that also contains benches, picnic tables and a small grassy play area. The park was recently renovated with plantings, benches, paths and lights.
Town Hall Park (Mill Road):The recently renovated Town Hall is situated here among award winning plantings, landscaped rock gardens with paths, benches and the Michael Frey Memorial Walk. It is the site for the Town's summer outdoor concerts and other recreational events.
Wilmont Park (Wilmont Road):There are plantings and a sitting area on this one-half acre mini park.
Through the cooperation of the Eastchester, Tuckahoe and Bronxville School Districts, the Recreation and Parks Department also uses Greenvale School and fields, Anne Hutchinson School and fields, Eastchester Middle and Senior High School and field, Cottle Field and Tuckahoe High School, and several fields and gyms in Bronxville.