Outdoor pools may be long closed, but you can still get your backstroke on this winter. Here's a look at recreation centers that have indoor pools open year-round. There's one in almost every borough (sorry, Staten Island). And with yearly membership dues only $75, you might as well check out what the gym has to offer, too.
St. Mary's Playground
St. Ann's Avenue and E. 145th Street
Brownsville Recreation Center
Linden and Mother Gaston boulevards and Christopher Avenue
Metropolitan Recreation Center
Bedford and Metropolitan avenues
St. John's Park
Prospect Place between Troy and Schenectady Avenues
Asser Levy Playground
Asser Levy Place and E. 23rd Street
Chelsea Recreation Center
W. 25th Street between Ninth and 10th avenues
Hansborough Recreation Center
134th Street between Fifth and Lenox avenues
Recreation Center 54
E. 54th Street between First and Second avenues.
Tony Dapolito Recreation Center
Clarkson Street and Seventh Avenue South
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Avery Avenue and 131st Street
Note: The is the city's only indoor Olympic-sized pool.
Roy Wilkins Recreation Center
177th Street and Baisley Boulevard