Department of Parks and Recreation

Briant Pond HydroRaking Project

archery, arrow target with an arrow hitting the cener
athelitic fields and facilities  various athletic balls
boating  Canoe and oar on water
deserted village  wooden directional signs
disc golf  disc golf disc
dog parks  dogs playing with each other
falcon cam  three falcons
fishing  three fish in water
gardens and special featres  flowers
golf  two cartoons swinging a golf club
horse riding  a horse
ice skating  a pair of ice skates
masker's barn event space  a red barn
movies, music + more  musical note, comedy and tragedy masks and theater ticket roll
Nature Programs, Trailside nature and science center  a bunch of butterflies
picnic groves  picnic basket
Reservation  check mark
skate parks  3d location tag with skateboard in the center
special needs  pink flower
spray grounds  sprinkles of water
Swimming  water
trails and paths  trees of various colors
trains  train tracks
volunteer  gardening gloves
office of cultural and heritage affairs
trailside nature and science center
New Jersey Clean Communities Program

Union County’s 36 park encompass more than 6,200 acres with many opportunities for passive and active recreation including the Trailside Nature & Science Center, Watchung Stable and The Deserted Village of Feltville. For parks information, call 908-527-4900, or email

Union County parks feature accessible playgrounds and other inclusive elements

For additional information about inclusive activities and resources offered by Union County, visit the Office for Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs in the Department of Human Services, or call the Office at 908-527-4807.

Victoria Durbin-Drake, Director, Union County Department of Parks and Recreation

Phone: 908-527-4900 | Fax: 908-527-4901 | E-mail:
Recreation Announcements (Recording): 908- 558-4079