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Suggestions for Outdoors & Recreation near Central Harlem, New York

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    • 1.
      9.1
      44 W 125th St Fl 3 (btw Lenox and 5th), New York
      Yoga StudioView Prices
      • John S.

        John S. • May 15, 2016One of the most welcoming studios I've ever been to. Exceptional vinyasa classes and mid-morning offerings.

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    • 2.
      9.0
      47 West 116th Street, New York
      Gym / Fitness
      • Vanessa V.

        Vanessa V. • March 1The instructors are friendly, funny & keep you motivated the entire hour. The facilities are clean & you get the motivating class 'feel' with a workout that actually works. 8 months here & I love it!

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    • 3.
      9.0
      110th St. (btwn 5th & 8th Ave.), New York
      Park
      • Lindsay T.

        Lindsay T. • June 9, 2015One of my favorite parts of the park for scenery, people watching, and lazy walks. You can even turtle watch at the pond.

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    • 4.
      9.0
      350 Saint Nicholas Ave, New York
      Yoga Studio
      • Eddie M.

        Eddie M. • June 16, 2014If peiling junek is the instructor, take the class. She is great! Right combo of strength, breath, and mind without being too eccentric. They're all good but she's great!

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    • 5.
      8.8
      Mt. Morris Park W & Madison Ave (btwn W 120th & W 124th St), New York
      Park
      • The Corcoran Group

        The Corcoran Group • February 17, 2012Trek to the top of the park and you’ll be rewarded with awesome views of midtown. There is also a great farmer’s market on the weekend and a crowded pool in the summer.

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    • 6.
      8.5
      New York
      Dog Run
      • Justin M.

        Justin M. • January 18, 2012Great dog park. My dog loves jumping on and off the rocks.

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    • 7.
      8.4
      40 W 143rd St (Lenox), New York
      Tennis Court
      • Eric T.

        Eric T. • April 17, 2010Volleyball Thurs (adv) & Friday (Int) on meetup.com

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    • 8.
      8.4
      2350 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd (b/w 137th and 138th), New York
      Cycle Studio
      • Adam R.

        Adam R. • August 14, 2016Great instructors with varied class themes. Complimentary water, towel and fresh fruit are great finishing touches. Be prepared to sweat!

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    • 9.
      8.4
      18 Mount Morris Park W (120 St), New York
      Dog Run
      • Shawniquica H.

        Shawniquica H. • June 3, 2011great for all ages -- with sprinklers and a rocky mountain :)

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    • 10.
      8.2
      27 W 116th St, New York
      Gym
      • Naomi H.

        Naomi H. • August 31, 2016Clean, wifi, and a great price if you don't care for the frills of other gyms.

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    • 11.
      8.2
      301 W 125th St, New York
      Gym / Fitness
      • Jennifer C.

        Jennifer C. • December 26, 2015Spacious, clean, tons of machines and amazing staff!

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    • 12.
      8.0
      180 W 135th St (Btwn Lenox and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd), New York
      Gym / Fitness
      • Rene H.

        Rene H. • July 26, 2011Harold's Kettle Bell class is Monday and Wednesday is a must!

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    • 13.
      8.0
      208 W 125th St, New York
      Gym / Fitness
      • Shakai T.

        Shakai T. • October 11, 2013Think positively, Exercise daily, Eat healthy, Work hard, Stay strong, Worry less, Dance more, Love often, Be happy.

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    • 14.
      8.0
      W 150th St & Bradhurst Ave (at 145th Street), New York
      Park
      • Compass

        Compass • May 15, 2014Designated as a Historic Harlem landtrust, Jackie Robinson is beloved for its community pool, event-filled recreation center, and famously named baseball fields.

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    • 15.
      7.9
      West 116th street (Lenox Ave), New York
      Scenic Lookout
      • Sexy L.

        Sexy L. • April 13, 2014You're just steps away from one of Harlem's hidden dining gems: Amy Ruth's. Get anything (pork chop, fried shrimp) with waffles and thank me later.

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    • 16.
      7.8
      West 110th St. at Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.), New York
      Park
      • Jesse L.

        Jesse L. • May 19, 2016North park is the best park. Plenty of beautiful trails and places to hang out and relax, but without all the craziness of Sheep's Meadow.

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    • 17.
      7.6
      34 West 134th Street (5th & Lenox Ave), Harlem
      Gym
      • Manada Amada A.

        Manada Amada A. • March 1, 2013This space is easy to get to from 2/3 train & amazingly huge rehearsal and performance space! I recommend for all performing arts! @ttwnyc

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    • 18.
      7.3
      W 122nd St (Frederick Douglass Blvd), New York
      Plaza
      • Jarrett J.

        Jarrett J. • August 12, 2013Historic monument right in the middle of the neighborhood. Awesome

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    • 19.
      7.1
      35 W 134th St, New York
      Gym / Fitness
      • nycHealthy

        nycHealthy • August 30, 2012Make NYC Your Gym with others! Shape Up NYC hosts a FREE Body Toning class for seniors and adults on Fridays from 6pm-7pm. For more information please call (212) 234-9603.

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    • 20.
      7.0
      1400 5th Avenue (at 115th St), New York
      Gym
      • Susan H.

        Susan H. • March 29, 2011Latonya's total body class on Monday's is my fave, she really knows how to make you sore!!

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    • 21.
      6.9
      303 W. 145th Street (btw Bradhurst & Frederick Douglas Blvd), New York
      Gym
      • Capt Awesome

        Capt Awesome • March 3, 2015Love this one, never too crowded, everything is well maintained, and cleaned. Friendly staff. Def one of the better NYSC gyms

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    • 22.
      6.5
      2311 Frederick Douglass Blvd (at 125th St), New York
      Gym
      • Julie M.

        Julie M. • November 29, 2016Great gym! Spacious and fully equipped. Group classes are fun, however not all of them are included in your monthly fee. Gets packed late afternoons and nights

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    • 23.
      5.6
      99 W 143rd St (Lenox Avenue), New York
      Baseball Field
      • Compass

        Compass • May 15, 2014Handball, basketball, baseball are the ultimate competition ground for players of all ages.

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    • 24.
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      175 W 134th St, New York
      Garden
      • Akiko B.

        Akiko B. • August 31, 2014I adore this neighborhood gem. The staff really embody the word "community", the kids and adults who volunteer here love it, the fruits and veggies are gorgeous and there are butterflies. :)

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    • 25.
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      Central Park N (Lenox Ave.), New York
      Plaza
      • Marco B.

        Marco B. • May 20, 2012Nao tenha medo!!! O harlem nao eh outro mundo ... Va ate 125 vire esquerda estara no apollo teatre

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    • 26.
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      New York
      Waterfall
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    • 27.
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      W 151st st, New York
      Tennis Court
      • Thomas W.

        Thomas W. • October 6, 2013Be ready to play, and if you have a bad day oh well.

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    • 28.
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      147th Street & Bradhurst Ave, New York
      Pool
      • NYC Parks

        NYC Parks • July 6, 2012This pool was first known as Colonial Pool before being renamed in 1978. It is one of the most striking public facilities in the city, looking like a combination of a pool and medieval fortress.

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    • 29.
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      New York
      Playground
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    • 30.
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      New York
      Playground
      • Fritz D.

        Fritz D. • August 6, 2011Best little (note I said little) park in the neighborhood AND SPRINKLERS!!

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