Welcome to the South Brunswick Department of Parks and Recreation
5/6/20 - All South Brunswick Township
playgrounds, skate park, basketball courts and fields remain
CLOSED until further notice.
All South Brunswick Township municipal tennis courts will be open for play on a first come first serve basis. Please continue practicing social distancing and no gathering of crowds will be allowed. The township tennis courts will be monitored to make sure all residents are adhering to the Governor's guidelines.
Thank you for your cooperation.
All Recreation program registrations are currently suspended.
We will send an e-mail, post on facebook, post on this webpage, when they re-open
All municipal township departments are closed
to the public.
For Recreation Department questions:
Phone: 732-329-4000, x7671
All programs in the Community Center are cancelled until further notice.
These programs include Adult Co-Ed Volleyball, Men's Over 30 and Men's Over 40 Basketball, Jazzercise, all open gym programs, scheduled meetings, after school programs, evening and weekend children's programs (such as Jr. Chef, Bricks4Kidz, KidzArt, US Sports) and Special Needs Youth and Adult programs and trips.
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation in town and
make any changes that may be necessary.
If you need any further assistance, please call the Recreation Office at 732-329-4000, x7671 Thank you for your cooperation.
For CLOSINGS due to Inclement Weather,
please call our tape at
(732) 329-4000, x7686 after 4 PM on Weekdays
and 7 AM on Weekends.
TAX ID # 22-600-2306
Summer Camps Registration Is
The Rocky Top Dog Park is open!
Click Here to see a short video about the Rocky Top Dog Park
Township trails (bike and hiking) are open
While playgrounds, fields, courts, etc. are closed, the South Brunswick walking/biking trails remain open.
The Freedom Trail walking and bikeway is an ongoing open space and park development project for which the goal is to link parks and open space areas throughout the Township ultimately creating a bikeway system. The following links have been completed:
- Kingston Freedom Trail : From Cook Natural Area to Route 1 along the abandoned rail line. Click here for directions
- Monmouth Junction Freedom Trail: New Road to Stouts Lane along the abandoned rail line. Click here for directions Click here for video