Summer is fast approaching, and that means it’s time for some of the most enjoyable activities of the year.
After a long winter and early spring that gave New Jersey numerous back-to-back snowstorms, it’s finally time to thaw out. What better way to do that than spending time in Hoboken’s beautiful outdoors?
Whether you’re a single person looking to socialize, a couple looking for something to share, or a family looking for kid-friendly summer ideas, there’s something special for you in Hoboken.
Check out this list of the top three summer activities that will make your sunny season unforgettable.
You can stay in shape and commune with nature by joining a session of Fitness in the Park.
From May until August, you can find a list of activities to keep you active this summer. On Mondays, that includes total body workouts, strength training, cardio, pilates, high-intensity interval training, Crossfit, barre, kickboxing, and even MMA fighting.
If Mondays don’t work for your schedule, how about Tuesday yoga? You can strengthen your core at Pier A Park. Don’t forget to bring some water and a mat!
If Tuesdays don’t work either, you can also find a long list of activities on Wednesdays and Thursdays. In fact, you can even try some meditation on Wednesday evenings.
The best part of these summer activities is not just improving your health, but that they’re free!
These free movie screenings are great for a variety of occasions. Held at Pier A Park, film lovers can go solo, couples can enjoy a romantic night together, and families can get out of the house for some entertainment.
In June and July, screening begins at 9:00 p.m. In August, the start time is 8:00 p.m. No matter when you go, make sure to bring a blanket or some folding chairs for comfort. You can even plan your own picnic, as long as there is no alcohol included.
If you show up early, there are some fun activities for children, including musical performances and My Gym Hoboken. If you or anyone joining you needs an Assisted Listening device, they can be ordered from the city in advance.
If you’re tuckered out from Fitness in the Park, and you can’t find a Movie Under the Stars to suit your taste, why not stop by one of the many music festivals taking place this summer?
These outdoor performances are held June through mid-August at the Amphitheater at Sinatra Park. The Thursday night concerts are free and start between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
You can find everything from swing music to entire orchestras.
Of course, if there is rain, Concerts in the Park will be canceled. Thankfully, there are plenty of summer days to reschedule a performance.
The city of Hoboken has a long, rich cultural history starting in the 17th century. It’s not only the birthplace of Frank Sinatra, but has raised a litany of famous actors, musicians, athletes, and leaders of industry.
If you’re looking for more summer activities in the city, don’t forget to check out our blog.