The Nassau County Leisure Pass identifies its holder as a Nassau County resident and is required for entry into many recreational facilities. The pass also provides residents with discounts to pools, skating rinks, golf courses, tennis courts, beaches, marinas and cabanas operated by the Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation and Museums. In general, a Leisure Pass is required of residents 13 years of age and older. Youngsters who utilize county-operated golf courses, regardless of age, must have a Leisure Pass.
Specially marked Leisure Passes are offered to senior citizens, Veterans and people who have chronic physical or mental disabilities (medical documentation is required before a Leisure Pass for the disabled can be issued). A Senior Citizen Leisure Pass is valid for as long as county residency is maintained and proof of age is submitted (60+); however, residency must be validated every three years. Leisure Passes for the disabled and Veterans must be revalidated every three years and the $25 fee will be applied. For all others, the pass remains valid for three years from effective date.
The Leisure Pass fee is $25.
NOTE: A listing of Leisure Pass application centers is available below. Please call ahead to ensure availability of passes and staff, as some parks may not have full-time staffing during non-peak seasons.
To obtain a Leisure Pass, proof of Nassau County residency is required, as follows:
1. A valid and current New York State driver's license.
2. A recent property tax bill.
3. A recent utility bill.
4. A current school ID card (children).
5. A recent cancelled rent check (with address imprinted).
6. A deed.
7. Library card (children)
8. Voter registration card
NOTE: Two types of ID are required if item numbers two through eight are submitted.
Please keep your Leisure Pass in a safe place. If it is lost, stolen or damaged, it will not be replaced.
You must reapply for a new pass.
Disabled Leisure Pass
A Disabled Leisure Pass is available to Nassau County residents with chronic physical and/or mental disabilities. People applying for the Disabled Leisure Pass for the first time must fill out the certification form and have the form signed and stamped by a medical doctor or by the Nassau County Department of Health, with a description of their disability. Proof of residency is required as noted in the rules above for a regular Leisure Pass. Holders of this pass are eligible for discounted fees within the Nassau County Parks system. The Disabled Leisure Pass is $25 and is valid for three years.
To download a copy of the Leisure Pass Disability Certification form, click here.
Senior Citizen Leisure Pass
A Senior Citizen Leisure Pass is valid for as long as county residency is maintained and proof of age is submitted (60+); however, residency must be validated every three years. Proof of residency and age (60+) is required as noted in the rules above for a regular Leisure Pass.
Holders of this pass are eligible for discounted fees within the Nassau County Parks system. The Senior Citizen Leisure Pass has a onetime cost of $25 and holders need only to validate residency every three years to renew.
Veteran Leisure Pass
A Veteran Leisure Pass is available to Nassau County Residents who served in the active military, naval or air service and who were discharged or released for reasons other than dishonorable. Persons applying for the veteran leisure pass for the first time must submit a copy of veteran's discharge papers (DD214) and proof of residency. Holders of this pass are eligible for discounted fees within the Nassau County Parks system. The Veteran Leisure Pass is $25 and is valid for three years.
Leisure Pass Offices
|Bay Park Golf
East Rockaway, First Avenue; located in the Southwest part of Nassau County. Passes are available at the golf office.
|| Hicksville, West John Street east of Cantiague Rock Road; centrally located off the Northern State Parkway. Passes are available at the administration building.
|Christopher Morley Park
||Roslyn-North Hills, Searingtown Road; centrally located north of the Long Island Expressway. Passes are available at the administration building.
||East Meadow, Merrick and Stewart avenues; centrally located between the North and South shores. Passes are available at the Golf administration building; at the Nassau County Aquatic Center on Merrick Avenue; or at the Field House just after you enter the park on Merrick Avenue.
Hewlett, Broadway and Sheridan Avenue; located in the Southwest part of Nassau County. Passes are available at the administration building.
|NC Rifle & Pistol Range
Uniondale, Charles Lindbergh Boulevard; centrally located in the "Hub" area near the Nassau Coliseum. Passes are available at the facility.
|Nickerson Beach Park
||Lido, Lido Boulevard; located near Long Beach by the Atlantic Ocean. Passes are available at the administration building.
|North Woodmere Park
||North Woodmere, Branch Boulevard and Hungry Harbor Road; located in the Southwest corner of Nassau County. Passes are available at the administration building.
||Wantagh, Kings Road and Canal Place; located in the Southeast part of Nassau County. Passes are available at the administration building.