50 lanes in blissful, black lighted darkness mark the bowling experience at this AMF center. AMF opens up at 9am in…More case the need to bowl strikes early. Xtreme bowling (bowling with music, martinis, chips and the works), leagues and party reservations are available; everybody wins.
BODY30 is a fitness center owned by Garden City-based personal fitness trainer and weight loss specialist Greg…More Koretz.
Koretz and his staff of personal trainers help clients lose those extra pounds and get toned using a specialized, personal fitness workout that emphasizes motivation based on the individual's goals.
Visit BODY30's website for more information on Koretz and his fitness plan, as well as a bevy of testimonials from current clients. Free training sessions and consultations are available.
Broadway Bound Dance Center 66 New Hyde Park Rd, Garden City, NY11530 Right across the street from St. Anne's, unleash the musical beast within at Broadway Bound on New Hyde Park Road.…More Featuring impact fitness, tap, ballet, jazz, lyrical, acro, hip-hop, ballroom dancing and yoga classes at various times throughout the day.
Castle Village Farm 106 7th St, Garden City, NY11530 Interested in partnering up and owning a stake in a talented racehorse? Head over to Castle Village Farm and inquire…More about the possibilities of being a part of the next Secretariat-esque success story. With a large selection of horses, the folks there will allow you to experience the track from an owner's perspective. Castle Village Farm is located on the second floor of the 106-7th Street office building.
Cherry Valley Club 28 Rockaway Ave, Garden City, NY11530 The Cherry Valley Club is a members-only golf club which offers its members a well-manicured, 18-hole golf course, as…More well as, dining facilities. Proper attire is required on club property, jackets are required in the main dining room and all guests are to be accompanied by a member. Soft spikes are mandatory at all times on the club's golf course, with no exception. If one's shoes do not have soft spikes, arrive early enough and the club's personnel can change them for a nominal fee.
Community Park 52 Cherry Valley Ave, Garden City, NY11530 Garden City's seasonally popular Community Park offers residents a slew of recreational activities, including athletic…More fields, state-of-the-art tennis courts, a membership-driven community swimming pool, roller hockey, a newly refurbished miniature golf course and more.
Dick’s Sporting Goods started as a small bait and tackle shop in Binghamton in…More 1948. Now the chain is a popular destination among outdoor enthusiasts, as well as both avid and occasional athletes alike. Products range from golf and tennis gear to wakeboarding and waterskiing supplies. There’s also game room supplies for billiards, poker and table tennis. Many customers enroll in the ScoreCard Rewards program to earn points on purchases and receive future discounts.
Frozen Ropes 645 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY11530 Take your game to the next level under the tutilage of the diamond experts at Frozen Ropes, Garden City's premier…More baseball and softball instructional facility. Check out the batting cages, radar guns, bullpens and even an in-house pro shop for all your bats, gloves, balls and accessories. Frozen Ropes is located near the merchant's concourse.
Future Stars Summer Camps SUNY Old Westbury 223 Store Hill Rd., Old Westbury, NY11568 Future Stars Summer Camps is a program for children with locations throughout Long Island and Westchester. Future Stars'…More SUNY Old Westbury campus offers tennis, multisports, cheerleading, baseball, softball, basketball, dance, magic, lacrosse, drama, volleyball, swimming and rugby instruction for children from age five through sixteen. Visit the Future Stars Summer Camps website for program and registration information.
The Garden City Casino is a private club where the membership is limited to dining and tennis. In order to raise…More money to keep it up and running, the Casino has a private catering hall to play host to all kinds of events.
It is a stone's throw away from the Garden City Rail Road station. Garden City owns the building and property through a long-term lease with the Casino's board of directors.