Park District News

Posted on: January 5, 2018

PlayScape for Indoor Fun and Birthday Parties, Too!

Playscape shopping cart

No matter what the season, children (recommended for ages 2 through 7) will love Steppingstone Park's indoor Playscape. Hours can be spent with the many attractions this indoor playground has to offer.

One room is equipped with LEGO walls and LEGO tables, another with a play diner & supermarket, reading corner, magnetic puzzle tables and many other imaginative ways to explore.  So when the weather requires staying indoors and you are looking for ways to keep your children constructively occupied, head over to Steppingstone Park.  Residents with a park card can visit Monday through Sunday from 8:45 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Reservations are required (or take your chances and come down for first-come, first-served) because there is a limit to how many children can play at one time.  An adult must be present with the child(ren) as there are NO drop-offs permitted. Call for more information (516) 487-9228 or to reserve an open play slot.  The phone will be answered only when the Playscape is open.

Birthday parties are also offered in Steppingstone Park's private party room. If you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate your child’s birthday, choose one of our unique birthday packages (Dancin’ Disco, Glamour & Glitz, Superhero Style, to name a few). Party includes invitations, pizza, cake, 2 party hosts and more. For more information or to book a party at Steppingstone Park call (516) 482-0355.                     

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