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Welcome To The South Brunswick Department Of Parks & Recreation  

Click here for directions to the
Parks and Recreation office at
Woodlot Park
Beech Woods Park (click on the picture to see a short video) Click on the picture to see a short video Beech Woods Park
Rocky Top Dog Park (click on the picture to see a short video)
Rowland Park
Skate Park At Reichler Park
Family Camp Out at Woodlot Park - Every September Sample text
Sledding at Woodlot Park (click on picture to see a short video)


 The S.B. Parks & Recreation Department office is located
in the Community Center at Woodlot ParK
Weekdays 8:30am - 4:30pm

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Recreation High School and Youth Basketball registration is CLOSED.


NEW

FALL 2021 ADULT 55 + OPEN  "DROP IN" BASKETBALL

STARTING DECEMBER 3 - 21;  TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS

9AM -11AM

SOUTH BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY CENTER

Woodlot Park, 124 New Road

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

To Register Go To https://register.communitypass.net/southbrunswick

Click "2021 ADULT  FALL PROGRAMS", Follow the prompts.


NEW

 OPEN  "DROP IN" BASKETBALL, Ages 18 -29 

on Tuesdays

Must be out of High School.

STARTING Tuesday,  DECEMBER 7

8:15pm -10:00pm

SOUTH BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY CENTER

Woodlot Park, 124 New Road

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

IDs are required.

To Register Go To https://register.communitypass.net/southbrunswick

 Click  "OPEN BASKETBALL, 18 - 29", Follow the prompts.

 

 
 
 Click here for information on "Local Programs" currently being offered through South Brunswick Parks & Recreation Department by local organizations such as US Sports Institute (such as tennis and soccer), 20 Paws Dog Training, Bricks4Kidz, Jr. Chef USA, Jazzercise, and KidzArt. 
 
   

The Rocky Top Dog Park is NOW OPEN!

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Click Here to see a short video about the Rocky Top Dog Park

Click Here For Park Information and 2021-22 Membership Details


 

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For information about Recreation Baseball and Soccer as well as other local sports programs click the link below.

Click here for information about other local sports programs 


Walking trails around South Brunswick

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 Heathcote Park to the D&R Canal.  (Click here for directions)

Click here for Heathcote Meadows Preserve loop Video

Click here for Heathcote-Mapleton-D&R canal loop video

Monmouth Junction Freedom Trail:  New Road to Stouts Lane along the abandoned rail line.  Click here for directions ; Click here for video

Other walking Trails in South Brunswick

Walking trails at Woodlot Park:   An eagle scout has marked 3 trails through the wood behind Woodlot Park.  The trail head is located next to field 3 (the furthest field from the Community Center, by the sledding hill).   Trail maps are also available at the Community Center (knock on our door and ask for one). Click Here for a short video

The Sondek Park Nature Trail:     The rail head is located at the back of the park, near the entrance for brush drop off.  Click here for a short video

Davidson's Mill Pond Park:   Take a walk at Davidson's Mill Pond Park in South Brunswick. This Park is part of the Middlesex County Park System.  Click here for a short video

Ireland Brook Conservatory Area:   The Ireland Brook Conservation Area is 520 acreas and locatined at the intersection of South Brunswick, North Brunswick and East Brunswick Townships.  It is ideal for passive recreation activities such as hiking, photography and nature study. The combination of upland habitat and riparian vegetation along the Ireland Brook make it an ideal area for wildlife viewing. The Forest Brook Trail (0.8 miles) can be accessed at the Riva Avenue Trailhead.  The Ireland Brook Trail (1.8 miles) can be accessed from the Parkview Court parking area. Hikers can also connect to Davidson’s Mill Pond Park via the Farrington Lake Trail. 

The Farrington Lake Trail connects Davidson’s Mill Pond Park and Ireland Brook Conservation Area.  The trail meanders 1.1 miles along the banks of the Lawrence Brook and the shoreline of Farrington Lake, revealing spectacular views of the lake and unique rock formations found no where else in the county.  Great blue herons, belted kingfishers, and great egrets are commons sights along the trail.  
 
There are 2 trail heads - South Brunswick Trail head (Ireland Brook Park) and East Brunswick Trail Head (note:  some maps list this as North Brunswick)

Click here for a trail map


Tennis Courts

All South Brunswick Township municipal Tennis Courts are open for play . 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. 


For CLOSINGS due to Inclement Weather call

(732) 329-4000 ext. 7686 after 4 PM on Weekdays

and 7 AM on Weekends.


TAX ID # 22-600-2306


Do you have questions for the Parks & Recreation Department?  

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Phone:  732-329-4000, ext.7671


Parks & Recreation
Jen Petri

Supervisor
540 Ridge Road
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852
732-329-4000 x7681
jpetri@sbtnj.net
The South Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department
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(732) 329-4000
Municipal Building
540 Ridge Road
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852