1348 McCarter Hwy
Newark, NJ 07104
Phone: (973) 481-5200
Fax: (973) 481-9399
This skating center features over twenty seven thousand square feet of space, a state of the art sound system, a pro shop, a skate rental center, refreshment stands, private rooms for parties, vending machines and a game area.
This gorgeous Downtown Newark park is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Featuring 360 acres (145 hectares) of walking paths, vast lawns and water features. Have a picnic, go for a stroll along the riverbank or ride your bike. In the Spring time the 4,000 Japanese Cherry Blossom trees bloom, making for beautiful scenery.
This course offers opportunities for golfing that is both enjoyable and challenging.
This recreation center offers a swimming pool and other forms of activities.
Since 1974 this training center has offered instruction in karate to men, women and children for the purposes of self defense, self confidence, physical fitness, and self discipline.
This is the place to go for a game of pool.
This club offers a chance to learn and play the game of soccer.
Field Station: Dinosaurs is a thrilling experience for the whole family. This fascinating science museum is set in the outdoors amidst natural landscape and woodlands. Spread over 20 acres (eight hectares), it features over 30 life-size realistic models of dinosaurs. Explore the grounds and admire outstanding scientific and artistic engineering as well as participate in their hands-on interactive educational programs covering myriad paleontology, geology and environmental topics.
This multi-purpose arena is home of the New Jersey Nets basketball team and the New Jersey Devils football team. It has won numerous awards for its state-of-the-art facilities, such as the 'Arena of the Year' and the 'Prime Site Award'. Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Elton John, Madonna, U2, Celine Dion, Eric Clapton, Bon Jovi, Britney Spears and Eminem are a few of the famous stars that have performed at sold-out concerts here.
The Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, popularly known as “The Big M,” is a famous spot for horse-racing. It has been a witness to this sport since 1976. The racecourse hosts fine dining services too and partners with a lot of luxury hotels. It offers live videos of races, as well as photographs and souvenirs for visitors.
For daredevils seeking a special experience, a kayak at sea offers dramatic and unforgettable views of the Manhattan skyline and The Statue of Liberty. This is actually a beginners tour with instruction offered by professionals. Atlantic Kayak has numerous other tours including the Hudson Highlands and Long Island Sound. The ultimate tour may be to circumnavigate Manhattan, this 10-hour trip requires advanced status.
This school offers a variety of sailing and boating courses.