Waters Edge Condos Cornell Pl, Rye, NY10580 The Water's Edge Condos have stood on the Long Island Sound since 1979. The community features top-notch security posted…More in a guardhouse at the gated entrance.
Rye Playland Beach and Pool Playland Pkwy, Rye, NY10580 The Rye Playland Beach and Pool, also known as the Government Offices County Swimming Pool, is located on the Long…More Island Sound. Part of the park complex, the outdoor pool is adjacent to the boardwalk. The pool is ten feet deep and contains seven racing lanes. The beach features an outdoor shower complex, a refreshment stand and a first-aid hut.
Cardinal Properties 3 Martin Butler Ct, Rye, NY10580 Cardinal Properties is a real estate company run out of a home outside of the downtown area. It is located in a large,…More white, building on the Long Island Sound. It deals with both residential and commercial properties and is available by appointment.
CulinArt 100 Playland Pkwy, Rye, NY10580 CulinArt is the on-site caterer for Rye Playland. It caters to private events, children's birthday parties and more.…More Playland is located on the Long Island Sound at the foot of Playland Parkway. CulinArt is able to cater any size party with food from its own menu or one customized by the client.
Pier Restaurant & Tiki Bar 100 Playland Pkwy, Rye, NY10580 Co-owned by partners John Ambrose and Sam Chernin, Pier Restaurant & Tiki Bar sits at the former site of Captain…More Hook's, overlooking the Long Island Sound. It has a large center bar with a thatched roof, tables with tiki umbrellas and Polynesian decor. The restaurant is open daily, and offers live music on Fridays and Saturdays with lunch and dinner.
Rye Town Park 95 Dearborn Ave, Rye, NY10580 Next to Playland Park on the Long Island Sound, the Rye Town Park is located along Forest Avenue in the City of Rye. It…More sits on 62 acres of grassland, forests, open fields and beach.
Nemmar Home Inspection, Appraisal Division 856 Forest Ave, Rye, NY10580 Nemmar Home Inspection is based out of a home outside of downtown Rye. It is a beautiful structure with a grey stone…More facing. It is close to the water of the Long Island Sound across the street. Nemmar is a home inspection and appraisal company specializing in residential properties.
Marshlands Conservancy Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY10580 Marshlands Conservancy is a 173-acre wildlife sanctuary composed of diverse habitats, including forest, meadow, salt…More marsh and shore. The Conservancy features three miles of trails and one-half mile of shoreline along the Long Island Sound. Located along the Atlantic migratory flyway, Marshlands is an excellent bird watching location, with more than 230 species sighted. The site also hosts educational nature study programs, hiking, walking, birding and cross-country skiing.
Seaside Johnnies 94 Dearborn Ave, Rye, NY10580 Seaside Johnnie's, a seasonal destination that opens in late April, is a casual seafood restaurant and beachside bar.…More Situated right on Oakland Beach and painted in Carolina-style pastel pinks and oranges, it's the perfect spot for hot summer nights, drawing in daytime and nighttime crowds who love the spacious deck with fabulous views of the Long Island Sound. Tropical drinks, special rolls, chilled seafood and warm starters populate the menu, and the restaurant is available for catering and private parties. Visit the Web site to find out more about this beachside oasis.
The Shenorock Shore Club was built in 1924, and was then known as the Milton Point Casino. After falling on hard…More times, it was forced to close, but was rebuilt in 1946 when the club buildings and grounds were bought at auction by Rye native Ralph P. Manny, who was the Commodore of the American Yacht Club.
The Shenorock Shore Club sits on the picturesque Long Island Sound and features the Bouwerie Clubhouse and Bouwerie Bar & Grill, which is a warming lounge for paddle tennis.
Edith G. Read Natural Park and Wildlife Sanctuary Playland Pkwy, Rye, NY10580 The Edith G. Read Natural Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is a 179-acre sanctuary for a wide variety of marine animals. In…More close proximity to the Long Island Sound, the sanctuary also has an 85-acre lake that hosts more than 5,000 ducks during the winter months. The national Audubon Society of New York has recognized the sanctuary as an "Important Bird Area" because of its essential habitat and migratory flyway. Three miles of trails are accessible to the public, along with parts of the shore. Visitors will also find some ecology exhibits on display at the sanctuary.
Playland is a historic amusement park in the City of Rye that is one of the few county-owned parks in the country.…More Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987, the park has been in existence since 1928.
It is located near Playland Parkway and its boardwalk boast beautiful views of the Long Island Sound.
Built in 1929, the Dragon Coaster is probably the most iconic part of Playland, but the park also has several other fun rides, including two dark rides, Thunderbolt, Sky Flyer, and Starship 2000. The park also features games stands, souvenirs and a cotton candy stand. It also also includes an ice skating rink, swimming pools and nearby beaches.