Green Restoration Campaign

Located in the Mineral Springs section of Central Park, the New York Lawn Bowling Club has promoted the game of lawn bowling in New York City since 1926.  We share Central Park Conservancy's commitment to deepen community engagement with the Park and cultivate appreciation through personal, meaningful, and memorable experiences. To help commemorate the 100th anniversary of our club in 2026, we have joined with the New York Croquet Club in an initiative to restore our greens and restore the Mineral Springs facilities to benefit both bowlers and park goers alike.

Current Conditions

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Read about our Campaign in the April 2022 Issue of Inside Bowls

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 Community Support

Throughout 2021 we have met with the various Manhattan Community Boards surrounding the park, which have unanimously supported our initiative. But we need support from everyday park goers and lawn sports lovers to move this project forward.

DPR & CPC Approval

New York City's 6th District Council has promoted our project for consideration to the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation (DPR) and the Central Park Conservancy (CPC).  Budget planning talks are underway.

Drive Action

Your support is critical to our cause.   Add your name to our online petition to join our growing list of sponsors, including official lawn sports' governing bodies, lawn bowling and croquet clubs from around the World, Achillies Int'l & Special Olympics