Admission: $2 entrance fee Memorial Day to Labor Day
Hours: Open daily sunrise to sunset
Location: From Route 55 north or south, take exit 35 and follow signs to the park. The Park is located between Centerton and Vineland on Route 540 (Almond Road).
Hidden in the southwestern part of the state is Parvin State Park, a park whose history is as varied as its wildlife. Situated on the edge of the Pine Barrens, the park not only has pine forests typical to the area but also a swamp hardwood forest. Spring bursts out in bright colors and rich fragrances with blossoming dogwood, laurel, holly, magnolia, wild azalea and over 200 kinds of flowering plants. Thundergust Lake, Parvin Lake and Muddy Run are popular for fishing and boating. Swimming is allowed in Parvin Lake only. This park served as home for the Civilian Conservation Corps from 1933 to 1941, a summer camp for the children of displaced Japanese Americans in 1943, a POW camp for German prisoners in 1944 and temporary housing for the Kalmycks who fled their homelands in Eastern Europe in 1952.
Admission: Entrance fees are charged per vehicle from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, $5 on Weekdays and $10 on Weekends.
Hours: Open daily sunrise to sunset
Location: County Route 550, Woodbine
The forested acres of Belleplain include stands of young pine, oak, and Atlantic white cedar, reflecting better soil conditions and less damage by fire than found in the Pine Barrens just north of the forest. Belleplain State Forest was established in 1928 by the State of New Jersey for recreation, wildlife management, timber production, and water conservation. In 1933, three camps were set up by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Reforestation Relief Act, supplying labor to the forest for over an eight-year period. The CCC converted Meisle Cranberry Bog into Lake Nummy, a popular swimming, boating, and fishing area. They also constructed the original forest headquarters, maintenance building, a road system, bridges, and dams.
Location: North Third Street and West Plum Street, Vineland
Lighted outdoor basketball courts, 25′ x 50′ inground swimming pool which has a
constant depth of 3 feet.
Location: 1676 N. West Avenue, Vineland, NJ
Little League Fields, Senior Little League Fields, Practice Areas
Location: Seventh and Humbert Street, Vineland
Softball Field, Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, Tot-Lot, Handball Court
Location: 2245 E. Magnolia Road, Vineland, NJ
Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, Softball fields, Horseshoe Courts, Volleyball Courts, Deck Tennis Courts, All-Purpose Field, Tot-Lot
Location: 429 West Elmer Road, Vineland, NJ
20 Acre Lake, Picnic Facilities, Volleyball Court, Disc Golf Course
Location: Mercury Way and Neptune Drive, Vineland, NJ
Playground, Tot-Lot equipment, Picnic Facilities
Location: East Oak Road, Vineland
Softball Fields, Lighted Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, Horseshoe Courts, Tot-Lot, Picnic Areas
Location: 2680 W. Almond Road, Vineland, NJ (East of Maurice River)
Swimming, Picnic Areas, Playground Equipment, Refreshment Building
Location: 600 E. Park Avenue Vineland, NJ
Lighted ball fields (Little League, Softball and Adult Baseball), Lighted Street Hockey Courts,
Lighted Batting Cages, Picnic Areas, Band Stand, Basketball Courts, Veteran’s Memorial
Disc Golf Course
Location: 3231 E. Landis Avenue
10 Acre Lake, Picnic Areas, Band Shell, Tot-Lot, 6 Acre Conservation Area
Location: West Chestnut Avenue and South Third
Lighted Midget Football Field, Lighted Football practice areas, Lighted Babe Ruth Baseball Field, Basketball Courts, Tot-Lot
Location: 1755 Galli Drive, Vineland, NJ
Lighted Little League Field, Farm and Instruction Field, Refreshment Stand and Clubhouse, Lighted Senior League Field
Location: Landis and Lincoln Avenue
Willow Oak provides an excellent outdoor educational laboratory for the study of woodland, open field, and freshwater environments and the ecological balances of concern to its wildlife inhabitants
Location: Mill and Walnut Road
Softball Field, Basketball Courts, Volleyball Courts, Tot-Lot, In-Line Hockey Rink
Location: 1911 E. Maple Avenue, Vineland, NJ
Soccer Fields, Baseball Field, Walking Track, Football Field, All Purpose Field
Location: Rt. 49 & Wade Blvd., Millville
Bandstand, walkway, playground, six tennis courts, dance floor.
Location: Noble Street, Millville
Large swings, small swings, multi-play unit, basketball court, elephant slide.
Location: Buck and Main Streets
Monument, Landscaping, Boardwalk, Picnic Area, Fishing, Gazebo, Passive Recreation
Location: Cedar Street and Esibill
Two youth softball, two adult softball, football fields, soccer field, two large soccer areas, refreshment stands, R/C race track, bleachers, batting cages, picnic tables.
Location: Fourth & Sassafrass Sts. Millville
Modular play unit, small swings, geo climber
Location: Fowser Road (off 2nd Street), Millville
Two boat launches, wetlands
Location: Kates Blvd Millville
Three Little League Fields, Batting Cage, Refreshment Stand
Location: Sharp Street, Millville
5 Full size Soccer Fields 3 w/ Lights, 1 Short-Side Soccer Field, Refreshment Stand, Picnic Area, Playground, Walking Trail/Inline Skate Park
Location: Sharp St. & Columbia Ave, Millville
Softball field, public beach, playground, sand volleyball, boat ramp, bar-b-q grills.
Location: Brandriff Avenue, Millville
Three tennis courts, basketball court, hockey court, six horseshoe courts, two playgrounds, two bocce courts.
Location: Sharp ST & Cooper St, Millville
Youth ball fields, fishing pier, playground, batting cage, dam replica.
Location: Bridgeton, Cumberland County. Bridgeton on Route 49, turn North onto Atlantic St. Go one block to the traffic light (Commerce St). The Park entrance is directly ahead across Commerce St. where Atlantic St. becomes Mayor Aitken Dr.
Bridgeton City Park features over 1,000 acres of protected woodlands including miles of trails, 2 freshwater lakes and a canal leading to the Cohansey River. Spend hours enjoying nature at its best.
Location: In Salem County at the northern end of the town of Carneys Point.
At the Northern end of the town of Carneys Point sits the Carneys Point Recreation Complex. This facility largely maintained by volunteers from the community has everything from softball and baseball fields to soccer fields. It also contains a fully handicap accessible play ground for children.
Location: In Salem County, Dunns Park is just south of Penns Grove and the YMCA or Middle School on Shell Road <Rt 130>.
At the heart of Carneys Point sits Dunn’s Park. With its picturesque fountain and flower lined walks and majestic trees, it is often used as a backdrop for weddings and other special occasions.
Hours: Open daily from 5 am to 10 pm.
Location: Route 49, Broadway at West Pittsfield Street, Pennsville, NJ
Riverview Beach Park is a large, well-tended site with walking and bicycling paths, picnic areas, a playground and panoramic views of the Delaware River. A thriving amusement park at the turn of the century, it is now a popular spot for outdoor recreation, including wildlife watching. Ducks and geese gather in the pond and out on the river, while other birds feed on the lawns.
Location: Drive West on Rt. 40 to the traffic light in the center of Woodstown. Turn right onto Main St (Rt. 45). Proceed 2/10 mile and make a sharp left onto Marlton Rd. Go about 1/2 mile and then turn right onto Grandview and then left onto Wynnewood, which will access the park.
Fitness trails, football, Little League, Soccer, Lacrosse facilities. Playground and picnic facilities are also available.