PYA – Port Youth Association
Glen Lane PYA is a local not for profit that introduces kids to sports through parent coaches. Many sports are offered through the PYA platform but they are best known for their Flag Football, Lacrosse, and Baseball programs.
PAL – Police Athletic League
325 Main Street PAL fields and courts are located on Port’s waterfront. Best known for their baseball and softball programming, the PAL also offers many other programs including basketball, Books and Balls, and series to help kids keep active without organized sports.
Port Soccer Club
Port Soccer Club offers professional training for all ages and levels through their intertown program, winter murals, camps and clinics, and travel programs.
Berest Dance Center
12 South Washington St
Owned by nationally recognized and internationally known mother and daughter Olga Berest and Heather Berest, the dance center offers 100+ classes for both fun and professional training in a supportive environment.
1019 Port Washington Boulevard
Starting at the age of 2, Dance Arts focuses on Creative Movement before introducing students to different styles of dance. The school is known for their shows at the end of each school year. Featuring glamorous costumes with punchy music, kids look forward to performing!
DanceWorks offers the only competitive dance team in Port Washington, in addition to classes for all levels.
Port Washington Tennis Academy
100 Harbor Road
Featuring 17 indoor courts, all Har-Tru clay except for four hard courts, as well as an indoor ¼ mile track, Your kids will love fueling up after their lessons at the The Tennis Academy’s complimentary snack bar including cookies, coffee, tea and fresh bananas.
1 Landing Road, Roslyn
Sporttime offers 7 indoor courts for adults and kids, a pro shop and locker rooms. The organization is located near Diane’s Bakery in Roslyn, about 10 minutes from Port Washington.Outdoor courts are available at Manorhaven Park and Schreiber High School (not during school hours).
Port Washington Skating Center
70 Seaview Boulevard
Whether you’re looking to learn how to skate, play hockey or just have some fun with the family, the Port Washington Skating Center is a smaller rink with an upper deck viewing area. Family run and operated for years, your kids will feel welcome from the moment they step foot inside.
Port Washington Public Library
One Library Drive (516) 883-4400
Port’s award winning library offers programming for every age group. From story time in their recently built Children’s room to a separate Teen center, Adult education to Career Coaching, online book rentals to virtual events and so much more, the library prides itself on being the hub of knowledge for Port residents.
Pine Street Playground Features two playgrounds, one for small children and the other for older kids, in an enclosed area, a small basketball court, small baseball/softball field and paved walkways suitable for scootering or learning how to ride a bike.
Blumenfeld Family Park aka Landmark Park 232 Main Street
Located just off Main Street across from the Library, this park features swings, two playgrounds including monkey bars and swings, a large field, benches and tables suitable.
Sands Point Preserve
127 Middle Neck Road, Sands Point NY 11050 (516) 571-7901
The Sands Point Preserve on the original Guggenheim Estate, offers a a 216-acre park with historical mansions and the Phil Dejana Learning. The non-profit, provides year-round educational and cultural programs, tours, fitness activities and private events. The Preserve offers beautiful hiking trails and tons of activities for families and adults. It is a great place to spend an afternoon, has some amazing water views and a dog run.
Parent Resource Center (PRC)
232 Main Street (516) 767-3808
A wonderful non-profit organization for families and kids! The organization offers classes, tons of events for the kids and Moms Nights Out, Parent University, book club and so much more. Completely parent run, and a must for families with young children. I am on the board and just love being a part of it.
1 Central Drive
For a quiet little spot, Baxter’s Pond sees lots of action—from bundled up volunteers planting spring bulbs,
to strolling couples, fleets of handmade sailboats, and the occasional night heron.
“Bar Beach” aka Town of North Hempstead Beach Park
175 West Shore Road (516) 869-6311
Enjoy an afternoon at the shore, walk, ride or roller blade on the promenade along the waterfront, or get active at their basketball and shuffleboard courts. Then, barbecue on one of their grills and enjoy a picnic with your family or friends.
Growing Love Community Garden Manorhaven Preserve, Manorhaven Boulevard
(entrance located directly behind Our Lady of Fatima Parking lot)
The Growing Love Community Garden started as a way to connect the community to healthy food, nature and each other. Now, you will find community members supporting one another, improving the environment and offering events for aspiring gardeners and opportunities to connect with nature.
Manorhaven Blvd (516) 767-4618
Inspiration Wharf is located on the water in Port Washington, NY. The Wharf is the home of Atlantic Outfitters, Port Sailing School, Long Island Boat Rentals, Angler Fishing fleet, Salt Cave, Ice Cream Shop, Dynasty Restaurant and more.
Science Museum of Long Island
1526 North Plandome Road
The Science Museum of Long Island is a not-for-profit science activity center located on the Leeds Pond Preserve and offers enrichment workshops for children on weekdays and during school vacations.
232 Main Street (516) 767-1384
Home of the Jeanne Rimsky Theater and Doctors’ Gymnasium
Landmark on Main Street is a not-for-profit community center that brings live entertainment to our community. This intimate theater hosts small theatrical productions, lectures and concerts with established artists like the Indigo Girls and up and coming performers.Downstairs: Doctors’ Gymnasium, indoor basketball court and teen center, outdoors offers a playground, swings and water splash pad (weather permitting) in a scenic park setting.
Farmers Market: June to October from 8am – 12noon at the Town Dock.
158 Manorhaven Boulevard
A great town pool recently renovated with outdoor seating on a beautiful waterfront. The pool offers lap lanes, zero entry, a separate toddler pool and programming including lessons, a spirited swim team and early morning lap swimming.
Kostal Paddle firstname.lastname@example.org 158 Manorhaven Boulevard (Manorhaven Park)
175 West Shore Road (Bar Beach)
Explore the shore from the water with an instructor or rent one of Kostal’s fleet of SUP boards and Kayaks. Or, enjoy SUP Yoga on Fridays – an invigorating combination of SUP and yoga!
405 Main Street, #2
Full service fishing shop, boating and fishing apparel, kayak rentals and sales, paddleboard rentals, sales and
rowboat rentals (no motors) and fishing rod rentals.
Inspiration Wharf, 405 Main Street
Public Fishing Trips & Private Charters
Town Dock Park
Main Street, Port Washington
The Town Dock provides residents with an opportunity to moor boats. Seasonal moorings permits are available on the website, under Park Forms and Applications.
Port Washington is home to an eclectic mix of cuisines including Japanese, Chinese, Italian, French, American and more!
While you’re checking out the neighborhood, try one of Port Washington’s favorite waterside options:
395 Main Street
This quintessential waterfront restaurant is known for its cocktails, fresh seafood and of course, it’s beautiful waterfront view.
Douglas and James (aka Sweet Treats on the Wharf)
405 Main Street
It wouldn’t be summer without a scoop of Douglas & James homemade ice cream – voted Best Ice cream and Best Milkshake on Long Island! Take it to go and enjoy their homemade treats at the Town Dock.
Butlers Flat (open summers only)
86 Orchard Beach Boulevard
Inspired a roadside shack, Butlers Flat is a dockside clam shack in Capri Marina West offering sandwiches, salads and beverages. A top spot to watch one of Port’s brilliant sunsets!
So many delicious choices! Salvatore’s (Coal brick oven), Gino’s (Naple’s style pizzeria & italian restaurant), Carlo’s (“best regular slice”), Pepe Rosso 24 (thin crust brick oven style), Bellissimo (regular) and Franks (sweeter, airy crust, best known for their soups, subs — and latkes!)