The East Brunswick Butterfly Park is the first municipal park in New Jersey, and perhaps the country, dedicated o the conservation and enjoyment of butterflies.
Although Tices Lane Park is not the most interesting park we have from a wildlife perspective, it does have some amazing topography for East Brunswick.
Great Oak Park is named for the magnificent and giant oak tree that graces the park. The park includes a vast green space, playground, botanical alphabet, and more.
One of East Brunswick's most prized treasures is Dallenbach Lake, which is located next to Crystal Springs Family Water Park.
Frost Woods provides ample opportunities for short woodland hikes and easy mountain biking.
This little known park is undeveloped except for a few meandering dirt trails. It is almost certain that no one else will be there and you will have the woods to yourself.
Keystone Park features a small forest, a few trails, a large freshwater tidal marsh and a field perfect for a secluded picnic or Frisbee toss.
Built in the 1950s, Welsh Park is the oldest park in East Brunswick.