Borough of Manasquan, New Jersey

Borough of Manasquan Parks

PARK LOCATION FACILITIES

MONMOUTH COUNTY FISHERMAN’S COVE CONSERVATION AREA

Third Ave, Manasquan
CURTIS PARK
Main Street and Warren Avenue
This lovely park features a shuffleboard court; a basketball court with both eight and ten foot rims; play features for children including climbers and swing sets; picnic tables; park benches; and a water fountain.  This partly shaded park offers something for everyone.
MALLARD PARK
South Potter Avenue
This large park features a basketball court; baseball diamonds; volleyball courts; play features for children including climbers and swing sets; picnic tables; park benches; and a water fountain.  Mallard Park is the site of Manasquan’s Annual Fireman’s Fair.
MAC’S POND
North Main Street
Mac’s Pond is a beautiful, well shaded park with a two acre pond.  Complete with park benches; picnic tables; and play features for children, including a climber and swing set, this park offers something for everyone.  Each year the pond is stocked with trout by the State of New Jersey and fishing is permitted.  In the colder months, ice skating is also allowed when the conditions are safe.
EAGLE PARK
corner of Woodland Avenue and Broad Street
This small park was created as part of the requirement for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America.  Within close proximity to the schools, it features bike racks and a park bench.
SQUAN PLAZA
Abe Vorhees Drive, just south of Main Street
The Plaza offers parking facilities in a park like setting complete with a fountain; park benches; a rose garden; and monuments to Manasquan’s WWII Veterans, First Aid Members, Fire Department, and wounded soldiers from all wars.
HANCOCK PARK
south end of Squan Plaza
This tranquil park features a lighted gazebo; park benches; picnic tables; and a water fountain.  Visitors can also enjoy the small brook that runs through the middle of the park.  A time capsule, buried in the park by the MHS Key Club in 1987, is due to be opened in 2037.  The gazebo was built with funds contributed by public-spirited citizens and businesses and was gifted to the town in 1987 to mark Manasquan’s 100th Anniversary.
GEORGE P. SKOKOS PARK
corner of Manito and Iroquois Roads
This well shaded park features picnic tables; park benches; play features for children including climbers and swing sets; and a water fountain.
INDIAN HILL PARK
corner of Fisk and Church Streets
This open park features a lighted basketball court; park benches; play features for children including climbers and swing sets; and a water fountain.
CHARLES TASSINI WILDLIFE PARK
Central Avenue
This small wildlife area is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Charles Tassini, a lifelong Manasquan resident.  Dr. Tassini served the country as a Lt. Cmdr. in the U.S. Navy during WWII.  This park is a State of New Jersey Green Acres Site.
EDGAR FELIX BIKE PATH
Main Street

This well shaded asphalt path, part of the Capitol to the Coast Trail, connects to neighboring Wall Township and offers a safe and relaxing option for bicycling.

AXEL B. CARLSON JR. PARK
Stockton Lake Blvd. and facing Stockton Lake
This bulk headed park offers plenty of fishing and crabbing opportunities; picnic tables; and park benches.
BRIELLE ROAD FISHING PIER
north of the Brielle Road Drawbridge, on the Glimmer Glass Harbor
This small municipal fishing pier is the perfect place for some nice relaxing fishing.
STOCKTON BEACH PARK
Second and Stockton Avenues
This is Manasquan’s largest park.  It features three baseball fields; a lighted roller hockey rink; a skate park; picnic tables; park benches; and a small non-motorized watercraft boat launch into Watson’s Creek.
ALICE M. HEMPHILL SANCTUARY
Stockton Lake Boulevard
This natural wildlife area is dedicated to Mrs. Alice Hemphill, a passionate environmentalist, and to all others who support open space and environmental causes.
WILLIAM DONOVAN MUNICIPAL MARINA
Glimmer Glass Harbor, on Perrine Boulevard
Located along the , the marina, named for one of Manasquan’s former mayors, features boat slips; park benches; picnic tables; and a water fountain.
FOURTH AVENUE BOAT DOCK
south of the Main Street Bridge, in the 4th Avenue Parking Lot

The dock features picnic tables; a flower garden; and a floating canoe and kayak launch.   The Fourth Avenue Boat Docks is dedicated to the victims of the World Trade Center attacks on 9-11.

 

 

201 East Main Street • Manasquan, New Jersey 08736
732-223-0544

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