750 State Route 35 South
Middletown, NJ 07748
Phone: (732) 671-3400
Fax: (732) 671-3911
Home of the Greater Red Bank Generals, the Red Bank Armory Ice Complex offers scheduled public skating, adult hockey activities, a youth league, skating and hockey lessons, summer camps, a high school hockey league, pro shop and more. Private parties are available.
Nestled in the Gateway National Recreation Area, Sandy Hook is a barrier island on the shores of New Jersey. This destination offers splendid views and is perfect for individuals of all ages. History buffs can explore Fort Hancock and the Sandy Hook Lighthouse, while adventure seekers can indulge in water sports; there are trails, forests and hiking areas for nature lovers too.
Frequently rated the #1 public golf course in New Jersey, Monmouth County Park System
Both flat and hilly terrain is featured at this golf course that offers fast greens, tree lined fairways, and water hazards on half the holes.
This golf course sets the bar high. Games are challenging and refreshing on the beautifully maintained course.
This tennis center features three courts, programs for youth and adults, women
This eighty one acre park is host to horse shows, dog shows, and other special events throughout the year.
MCU Park (formerly known as Keyspan Park) is home to the Brooklyn Cyclones. The ballpark is built on the same template as most others. However, it deftly makes use of the surrounding attractions. A few blocks away from here is Astroland Amusement Park at Coney Island; it makes for a wonderful view over the left field fence. Towards the right field wall are the endless blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It's a spectacular place to watch a game and the unmistakable energy of the Brooklyn fans just adds to the excitement.
Brooklyn's Coney Island became one of the city's leisure hotspots in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, following the introduction of the Coney Island & Brooklyn Railroad streetcar line. Since then, the area has been swamped by resorts and attractions. Following the decline of World War II and the years of neglect the park endured after, the area has burst back into life and is home to Luna Park, the Aquarium and of course, the beach. A three-mile-long boardwalk runs the length of Coney Island into Brighton Beach. There is sometimes a circus, but always something strange to see. Also, don't let the non-holiday cooler months deter you from visiting; it is much less crowded, and the stores remain open.
Considering themselves as not just a particular activity park, but a complete recreational park, the Gateway National Recreational Park is historic and lies in a condensed urban environment and still manages to offer a variety of activities like boating, hiking, swimming, bird watching and camping.This beauty was built to preserve the exclusivity of nature and culture and the recreational resources.
Skyline Mini-Golf opened to a grand reception in 2012. It is located in the Woodbridge Community Center in the company of a host of entertainment alternatives including an ice skating rink. The synthetic turf winding through artificial waterfalls and manicured lawns boasts a 18-hole golf course and provides panoramic views of New York City. The establishment is family-oriented and plays host to private parties and corporate events. A sanctuary away from the city hustle, this is a great place to spend a day with your family or to finalize that impending business deal.
This bowling alley offers bowling fun for the entire family, as well as offering food and a bar.