By NYMetroParents Staff

Alternative Sports and Non-Competitive Physical Activities in Westchester County, NY

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If you have a non-athletic child, you can still find ways to bond with him or her through non-competitive physical activities. We've compiled a guide to parks, rinks, and other sports centers in Westchester County, NY, that offer healthy and fun activities - like bowling, billiards, and kayaking - for all ages.

 


Get off the Couch! Go...

 

...GAMING

Funfuzion

New Rochelle; (914) 637-7575; www.funfuziononline.com

Let your kids run wild and expend some energy: Options include laser tag, billiards, bowling, mini-golf, go-karts, bumper cars, and more.

 

Rivertowns Table Tennis Club

Hastings-on-Hudson; (914) 769-9128; www.rivertownsttc.org

With locations in Tarrytown, Ardsley, and Hastings-on-Hudson, this club welcomes players of all ages, no matter the skill set. The club's intent is to provide a fun, competition-free place for table tennis enthusiasts to play. Lessons are also available for an hourly fee. Club membership is $100 per year for adults and $20 for children under 20.

 

Sportime USA

Elmsford; (914) 592-2111; www.sportimeusa.com

In an arcade-like atmosphere, Sportime USA offers kids plenty to choose from: billiards, skeeball, wall climbing, air hockey, and laser tag. Kids five and under can enter the soft adventure zone, containing a ball pit, slides, and crawling tubes.

 


...KAYAKING

Horseshoe Harbor Yacht Club

Larchmont; (914) 834-9418; www.horseshoeharbor.com

One of Westchester's top sailing locales, this member-run boat club is located in Manor Park on Long Island Sound's northern shore. Open until the end of October.

 

...OUTDOORS

Bedford Village Memorial Park

Bedford Village; (914) 234-3246; www.hudson-river-valley.com

The park offers sporting facilities and open-air activities including fields for soccer, softball, football, and baseball, plus a playground and space for table tennis.

 

 

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