Welcome to the South Brunswick Department of Parks and Recreation
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, The S.B. Community Center at Woodlot Park is
closed to the public.
All INDOOR Programs are cancelled.
When we are able to reopen, we will send an e-mail through our Community Pass Registration System and post on our Facebook and Website.
Click here for information on "Local Programs" currently being offered through South Brunswick Parks & Recreation Department by local organizations such as US Sports Institute (such as tennis and soccer), 20 Paws Dog Training, Bricks4Kidz, Jr. Chef USA, Jazzercise, and KidzArt. Many programs will be starting NEW VIRTUAL Programs starting in January/ February 2021.
Youth and High School basketball registration is postponed until further notice
Parks, Playgrounds, Tennis Courts and Basketball Courts are open for your enjoyment.
The Rocky Top Dog Park is open!
Click Here to see a short video about the Rocky Top Dog Park
Walking trails around South Brunswick
The Freedom Trail walking and bikeway is an ongoing open space and park development project for which the goal is to link parks and open space areas throughout the Township ultimately creating a bikeway system. The following links have been completed:
Kingston Freedom Trail: From Heathcote Park to the D&R Canal. (Click here for directions)
Other walking Trails in South Brunswick
Walking trails at Woodlot Park: An eagle scout has marked 3 trails through the wood behind Woodlot Park. The trail head is located next to field 3 (the furthest field from the Community Center, by the sledding hill). Trail maps are also available at the Community Center (knock on our door and ask for one). Click Here for a short video
The Sondek Park Nature Trail: The rail head is located at the back of the park, near the entrance for brush drop off. Click here for a short video
Davidson's Mill Pond Park: Take a walk at Davidson's Mill Pond Park in South Brunswick. This Park is part of the Middlesex County Park System. Click here for a short video
Ireland Brook Conservatory Area: The Ireland Brook Conservation Area is 520 acreas and locatined at the intersection of South Brunswick, North Brunswick and East Brunswick Townships. It is ideal for passive recreation activities such as hiking, photography and nature study. The combination of upland habitat and riparian vegetation along the Ireland Brook make it an ideal area for wildlife viewing. The Forest Brook Trail (0.8 miles) can be accessed at the Riva Avenue Trailhead. The Ireland Brook Trail (1.8 miles) can be accessed from the Parkview Court parking area. Hikers can also connect to Davidson’s Mill Pond Park via the Farrington Lake Trail.
All South Brunswick Township municipal Tennis Courts will be open for play on a first come, first serve basis. Please continue practicing social distancing and no gathering of crowds will be allowed. The Township Tennis Courts will be monitored to make sure all residents are adhering to the Governor's guidelines.
Thank you for your cooperation.
All programs in the Community Center are cancelled until further notice.
These programs include Adult Co-Ed Volleyball, Men's Over 30 and Men's Over 40 Basketball, all open gym programs, scheduled meetings, after school programs, evening and weekend children's programs (such as Jr. Chef, Bricks4Kidz, KidzArt, US Sports) and Special Needs Youth and Adult programs and trips.
Many of our sponsored programs are holding Virtual Programs. Please go to their links on our "Local Program" page.
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation in town and
make any changes that may be necessary.
If you need any further assistance, please call the Recreation Office at 732-329-4000, x7671 Thank you for your cooperation.
For CLOSINGS due to Inclement Weather,
please call our tape at
(732) 329-4000, x7686 after 4 PM on Weekdays
and 7 AM on Weekends.
TAX ID # 22-600-2306
For Recreation Department questions:
Phone: 732-329-4000, x7671