- Parks & Facilities
Parks & Facilities
The Board of Commissioners meets here* to formulate policy and budgets. The public is welcome to attend business meetings and weekly work sessions. This office also hosts various community advisory committee meetings. *Meetings will be held at Great Neck House while 5 Beach Road is undergoing renovation. Reservations for group picnics and the picnic ball field are made here as well.
The Great Neck Park District is comprised of major and neighborhood parks, as well as passive parks (parks without recreational amenities that are wildlife preserves or memorials).
Resident dog owners are required to apply and register their dogs annually at Great Neck House to use the Dog Park. Dogs must be licensed and proof of rabies and bordatella vaccinations must be submitted with applications. Dog's must be at least 4 months of age to receive a permit.
Great Neck House
Great Neck House is the focus of the District's cultural activity offering movies, live performances, classes and art exhibits. A current park card is required to register and attend these events. Tennis stickers, guest coupons, daily and monthly commuter parking tickets and parking permits are also available at Great Neck House.
Our major parks include Steppingstone Park, Memorial Field, Allenwood Park, Kings Point Park and the Village Green & Rose Garden. Park personnel are on the premises for maintenance and security.
Map, Legend, & Facilities Amenities Chart (PDF)
View a map of our facilities, with a legend accompanying. Also find a chart detailing the amenities our facilities offer.
The Steppingstone marina offers mooring facilities, the Steppingstone Sailing School programs, a boat launching ramp, ramp/beach boat permits and a fishing dock.
Cutter Mill Park, Firefighters Park, Lakeville Park, Ravine Park, Upland Park, Wyngate Park, Thomaston Park and Manor Park are neighborhood parks throughout the Park District.
View the facility entries for the 3 commuter parking fields.
Parkwood Sports Complex
Learn about the sub-facilities of the Parkwood Sports Complex, including the Parkwood Tennis Center, Parkwood Family Aquatic Center and the Andrew Stergiopoulos Ice Rink.
There are three passive parks within the Great Neck Park District. These parks don't have recreational facilities but are quiet, natural, wildlife preserves for reflection and strolling. The passive parks are Creek Park (Daniel Jay Berg Memorial) on Great Neck Road; Wooleys Lane Park on Wooleys Lane; Udalls Pond Park and the Woodland Preserve on Beach Road.
REQUEST FOR USE OF PARK FACILITIES
Park permits must be received two weeks prior to date requested