Chelsea Piers Sports Center & Entertainment Complex
Year-Round Sports Village
Anyone with a few hours to spare can enjoy healthy, fun-filled recreation at Chelsea Pier’s six separate athletic facilities. The Chelsea Piers Sports Center is made up of the Field House, Sky Rink, Health Club, Golf Club, and bowling alley. Membership is not required for most of the facilities.
- Field House The largest gymnastics training center in New York City, two hardwood basketball courts, two artificial-turf playing fields for indoor soccer, four batting cages, dance studios, a martial arts mezzanine, daycare center, and climbing wall. Drop-in hours vary daily. Call 1(212) 366-6500 for hours.
- Sky Rink The twin-rink facility on Pier 61 welcomes skaters of all ages and ability levels for general skating, figure skating, and ice hockey. 1(212) 336-6100.
- Sports Center Health Club 150,000-square-foot health club on Pier 60. Facilities include: Manhattan’s largest and most extensive cardiovascular and strength-training areas; two fitness studios; a ¼-mile indoor running track; a 200-meter banked competition track; three hardwood basketball/volleyball courts; an indoor sand volleyball court; the largest rockclimbing wall on the east coast; a six-lane, 25-yard swimming pool; two outdoor sun decks overlooking the Hudson River; a boxing ring, the Sports Center Cafi and the Spa at Chelsea Piers. Day passes available. 1(212) 336-6000. Appointments recommended at Spa 1+(212) 336-6780.
- Golf Club and AMF Chelsea Piers Lanes Manhattan’s only multi-tiered, year-round, outdoor driving range. The on-site Golf Academy offers instruction from top golf professionals. It features a practice sand bunker, and a chipping/putting green. In THE PLAYERS Championship Room, you can play a round of simulated golf on 36 of the best courses in the world. 1(212) 336-6400.
Turn your trip to NYC into a resort vacation.
Chelsea Piers is for everyone – adults, kids, New Yorkers, visitors. Membership is not required, and all the equipment you need is right here. Don’t worry if the sport of your choice isn’t seasonally correct, at Chelsea Piers you can ice skate in the summer and play golf all winter long!
Baseball – Take batting practice with the ProBatter Simulator, used at Major League Baseball stadiums and training sites. It features a life-size video screen showing a pitcher throwing a ball towards the batter.
Basketball – The Sports Center has 3 hardwood basketball courts. You’ll find another 2 courts in the Filed House.
Bowling – 40-lane, state-of-the-art bowling facility equipped with automatic scoring, bumper bowling for children, and Extreme Bowling.
Boxing – Learn how to fight. Bag work, jump rope, focus pads, and conditioning drills
Dance – Ballet and tap
Strength-training – Manhattan’s largest and most comprehensive strength-training facility.
Classes – General Fitness classes are held throughout the day, check the Chelsea piers website for details.
Golf – America’s most technologically advanced driving range.
Gymnastics – NYC’s largest and best-equipped gymnastics training center
Rock-climbing – 30-foot high rock climbing wall
Running – A 1/4-mile indoor running track and a 200 meter banked competition track
Sailing – America’s #1 Sailing School
Skating – General Skating, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey, League Play
Soccer – Games are played on Saturdays only. Referees monitor each game
Spa – 8 Treatment Rooms for Massage, Skin Care, Waxing, Body Therapies or Manicures/Pedicures.
Swimming – 6-lane, 25-yard, competition-style pool with an adjacent over-sized whirlpool spa.
Volleyball – Manhattan’s only indoor sand volleyball court
Yoga- Classes are held throughout the day, check the Chelsea piers website for details.
Location: 23rd St & West Side Highway (Hudson River Piers 59 to 62)
Telephone: (212) 336-6666
Bus: M23 stops directly in front of Chelsea Piers, M14 terminates at 16th St & West Side Highway, near the southern entrance to Chelsea Piers.
Subway: (Click a subway icon for more attractions on that line)
Day Passes available
Drop in hours vary daily.
First opened in 1910, the Piers are the last survivors of a once-grand row of 9 ocean liner piers during the heyday of transatlantic voyages. In 1994, four piers were reborn as a 30-acre, state-of-the-art sports complex.
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