Applebrook Park shares a plot of land and parking lot with Fairview Soccer Fields. The parking lot can be accessed…More from Oak Hill Road, just east of the railroad tracks. Another entrance to the park is located on Iler Drive, but it does not have a parking lot.
The park contains a baseball diamond, which is often used for practices and games by local baseball clubs, including the Central Jersey Baseball League. There is also a playground in the park.
Fairway Park Middletown-Lincroft Road, Lincroft, NJ07738 Located on Middletown-Lincroft Road near Wilshire Way, Fairway Park is set back off the road within a boundary of…More trees. The main feature of the park is the two tennis courts available for visitor use. At 5.5 acres, Fairway Park is designated by the Middletown Parks and Recreation Department as a "mini-park."
Huber Woods Park Browns Dock Rd Loc, Atlantic Highlands, NJ07716 Huber Woods Park is located in the heart of Middletown. Huber Woods Park is 366 acres of awesome natural beauty.…More There are eight miles of multi-use trails and a environmental center is centrally located in the park. The park is open from dawn to dusk.
Dorsett Park Devonshire Drive, Middletown, NJ07748 Dorsett Park features a baseball diamond, soccer field, tennis courts, basketball court and playground. Tucked away in…More the corner of a quiet neighborhood, the park offers a quiet spot where guests can play or relax in the shade of the park's lush trees.
McMahon Park 380 Atlantic Ave, North Middletown, NJ07748 McMahon Park is a large neighborhood park located off Alberta Avenue, behind Ocean Avenue Elementary School. It features…More walking areas, benches, basketball courts and baseball fields. McMahon Park is accessible off State Route 36, near Wood-n-Signs.
Gordon Court Park is located at the end of Gordon Court in the Port Monmouth section of Middletown. The Park…More borders a section of wetlands, which is part of the Board of Proprietors State Historic Site.
Gordon Court Park features the Donald "Du Bo" Du Brosky memorial baseball field, a basketball court and playground equipment.
Chanceville Park Aberdeen Terrace, Port Monmouth, NJ07748 Chanceville Park is located at the end of Aberdeen Terrace in the Port Monmouth section of Middletown. The northwest…More boundary of the park borders the VFW off Route 36. The park features a baseball diamond, basketball court and playground equipment.
Belford Park Main St & East Rd, Belford, NJ07718 Belford Park is located on a triangular block between Main Street, East Road and Myrtle Avenue, in the Belford section…More of Middletown. The parking lot is accessible from East Road. This park features a baseball diamond, a basketball court, a jungle gym, swing set and benches.
Normandy Park Nutswamp Road, Middletown, NJ07748 Located near the intersection of Normandy and Nutswamp roads, Normandy Park features a playground, a four-hoop…More basketball court, a volleyball court, a baseball diamond and a rink for skating and hockey. The Middletown Parks and Recreation Department hosts its free summer concert series on the park's lawn. For more information on the concerts and other special events hosted by the township, visit the Middletown Parks and Recreation website.
Stevenson Park West Front Street, Lincroft, NJ07738 Stevenson Park is a 132-acre tract of land located off of West Front Street in the Lincroft section of Middletown.…More The park lies to the northeast of the Garden State Parkway, and to the west of the tail end of the Navesink River. The park contains a boat launch for small watercraft. There are trails woven throughout the park so visitors can hike and enjoy this natural, open space. The Grover House, a rare piece of history, is located at the entrance of Stevenson Park, on West Front Street in Lincroft. The house was built in 1750 and remained in the Grover family for seven generations. It is only one of four original Dutch framed houses left in Monmouth County. In recent years, historical organizations have been working to preserve this important part of Middletown's history.
Tatum Park is part of the Monmouth County Park System, founded in 1973. At 366 acres, it is one of the larger parks…More located in Middletown, with two access areas on Red Hill Road and at 144 Holland Road.
Charles Tatum, a glass manufacturer New York, bought the property in 1905 as a summer home for his family. It was a member of the Tatum family that donated the initial 73 acres in the early 1970s, which became Tatum Park.
There are multiple trails within the park for hikers, bikers and horse riders as well as two activities centers, Red Hill Activity Center and Holland Activity Center, for sports, fitness classes and children's activities. A playground is also sited nearby the Red Hill Activity Center.
Evergreen Park Lone Oak Road, New Monmouth, NJ07748 Evergreen Park is located off of Lone Oak Road. It can also be accessed from Niles Avenue and Heath Parkway. The…More park features a soccer field, baseball diamond, basketball court and playground.
Countryside Park Cherry Tree Farm Rd & Johnson Ter, Middletown, NJ07748 Countryside Park can be accessed from both Karyn Terrace East and West, Kenneth Terrace East and West and Merrick Court.…More The park features a playground, a basketball court and meadows surrounded by trees.
Bicentennial Park State Route 35 & Twin Brooks Ave, Middletown, NJ07748 Bicentennial Park is located at the corner of Twin Brooks Avenue and State Route 35, just past the Burger King and…More before the Kohl's shopping plaza. It features benches facing away from the highway, with a view of the preserved pond area. There are no parking facilities or other amenities.