There are a number of great places in Brick Township, NJ for enjoying nature and wildlife. This article will give you a complete listing of the parks in Brick Township, NJ that offer these opportunities.
Brick Township has many different types of public parks. There is at least one park in every neighborhood - some neighborhoods have multiple small parks which children walk to from their homes. Other neighborhoods have a large regional park or two, which are used by many people from across the Township.
The following parks and public spaces offer space for walking pets, playing ball, having a picnic, etc.:
Ave Maria Park
This park is known for its extensive fountains. There is a large fountain that shoots water up and then cascades down into the next set of 3 fountains. This park also has benches, flowers, and statues.
Brick Memorial Park
This park includes sports fields for baseball and soccer as well as tennis courts. It also has a lake which you can walk around and a large fountain which stays on all year round. There are benches, picnic tables, and a putting green.
Brick Veterans Park
At the entrance of this park is a memorial dedicated to those who served in Vietnam as well as those who served in other wars. The rest of the park has grassy areas as well as large trees for shade. There is also a walking path around the park which is popular with runners, walkers, and hikers.
Brick Town Park
This large regional park has two lakes that you can walk around as well as picnic areas, grill areas, athletic fields for baseball and soccer, tennis courts, basketball courts, bocce courts, and horseshoe pits. There are also bathrooms nearby as well as plenty of benches for picnics.
Cedar Grove Park
This large regional park has picnic tables available on the weekends only (the rest of the week they are locked up). The park also has a playground area with slides and swings, trees, open grassy areas, and a walking path with exercise installations.
Clarks Pond Park
This small neighborhood park has a playground for children as well as benches, trees, and open grassy space.
Diamond in the Pines
This large regional park has two lakes. It also has many hiking trails in addition to picnic areas with grills, athletic fields for baseball and soccer, tennis courts, basketball courts, bocce courts, horseshoe pits, bike paths throughout the park with bike racks along the way. There are also bathrooms as well as a place to wash your bike.