Parks & Facilities

James V. Harmon Community Center - Main Street
Recently renovated in 2007, the center is home to the offices of the Parks & Recreation Department, Technology Department, Youth Advocate, and Senior Advocate. There are many programs, meetings, and functions that take place at the center on a daily basis.

Chemka Pool Hillside Avenue 
The Chemka Pool is a state of the art facility modernized in 2003.  It is a 3 pool complex that contains a spray pool, training pool, and a large L shape pool. Locker-room facilities and a concession stand are available.
Hillside Park - Hillside Avenue
A 52-acre wooded area containing a pool complex, hiking trails, fishing, ice skating pond, and four tennis courts.
Hillside Woods - Edgewood Avenue
A 48-acre natural woodlands, adjacent to Hillside Park, with hiking trails.
Reynolds Field - Chauncey Lane
A large playing field for baseball, football, track, basketball, four tennis courts, and playground equipment. The field is owned by the school district.
Uniontown Field - Rose Street
A youth baseball field, basketball court, picnic area, and playground equipment.
Zinsser Park - North Broadway
A large playing field for baseball, football, and soccer; the field includes a picnic area, playground equipment, and Community Garden Plots.
Riverview Park - Warburton Avenue
Contains a picnic area.
Quarry Park - Aqueduct Lane
Newest passive park to be opened in 2020.
Fulton Park - Maple Avenue
Borders the Hastings Library and Municipal Building with benches and a view of the Palisades/Hudson River.
Draper Park - Washington Avenue
A 9.9-acre park with picnic areas.
MacEachron Waterfront Park - River Street
A 1.3-acre park with picnic areas, playground equipment, and a majestic view of the Palisades.

Kinnally Cove River Street
Contains picnic tables & benches, and a kayak launch.
Senior Citizens Vest Pocket Park Warburton Avenue; North of Pinecrest
A small park designed for passive recreation.
Wagner Park - Broadway and Warburton
A small park designed for passive recreation.