On Friday, parks officials recommended shuttering 41 parks and 14 historic sites, as well as reducing service at 23 other parks. The changes would affect two city parks.
Bayswater Point State Park in Jamaica Bay, Queens would be closed under the proposal.
Riverbank State Park on Manhattan's West Side would remain open, but would no longer offer seniors classes and community events. It would also shut down the outdoor swimming pool and reduce operating hours.
Some popular spots outside of the city could also see some changes.
Jones Beach State Park on Long Island would close one its pools and cancel its Fourth of July fireworks display, while the pools at Montauk Downs State Park and Tallman Mountain State Park would also shut down.
The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation says it is also proposing $4 million in fee increases.
If approved, the changes would start April 1.
For a full list of proposed park closings, visit www.nysparks.com.
Caleb Smith Preserve (Suffolk)
Cold Spring Harbor (Suffolk)
Nissequogue River (Suffolk)
Orient Beach (Suffolk)
Trail View (Suffolk)
Donald J. Trump (Westchester)
Philipse Manor Hall (Westchester)
Franklin D. Roosevelt (Westchester), reducing swimming season
Rockefeller Preserve (Westchester), ending programs
Bethpage (Suffolk), no winter sports, picnic area
Connetquot River (Suffolk), closing weekdays
Heckscher (Suffolk), closing pool
Jones Beach (Nassau), closing pool, no July 4 fireworks
Montauk Downs (Suffolk), closing pool