Here are some places to walk near Brick, NJ
Tucked behind the group campground, in a special cedar forest, you will find a few magical (and wooden) Dinos living in harmony.
Bear Swamp Natural Area is a small park in Howell, New Jersey, that offers walking, horseback riding, birding and more.
Beaver Dam Creek County Park is located in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, and offers tennis, a baseball field, a soccer field, a paved walking path with a boardwalk, and a nice playground.
The Brick Reservoir consists of a 1.6 mile, crushed rock path, along with multiple fishing stations and picnic areas. This really is a great park.
Cattus Island County Park spans almost 500 acres and has a nature center, miles of trails (many with lovely vistas of the adjacent Silver Bay), a nice playground and some picnic tables.
Community Park- Located in the center of Town on Bridge Avenue opened to the public in the Spring of 2004. The facility has two Softball fields and a full length Soccer field. There is a Playground, concession stand and bathrooms that are open daily
The historic Allaire Village contains buildings from the 19th century, including a general store, blacksmith shop, carpenters shop, managers house, foremans house and a church.
The reservoir is the pride Monmouth County park system offering many great activities, both through the park system and on your own.
A network of trails winds through the park, providing opportunities for hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. Several moderate hiking trails are in the main day-use area of the park, accessible from the main parking area. The South Side area of the park is approximately 800 acres of varying terrain and has miles of unmarked trails and four primarily marked multi-use trails. The South Side trails are accessible from a trailhead at a large gravel parking lot on Hospital Road. Don't forget cross-country skiing in the winter, and you can even find some hills to sled in if you hike a bit.
Point Pleasant Beach Boardwalk (AKA Jenkinson's Boardwalk) is one of the most family-friendly boardwalks in New Jersey. This one-mile long boardwalk along the beach has a great selection of games, rides, food and fun.
Located on the beautiful Manasquan River where the former Point Pleasant Hospital once stood. This facility offers a Pavilion with picnic area and charcoal grills, walking pier, bocce court, large playground, open field area and benches.
The municipal complex in Wall Township includes soccer, baseball, and football fields, as well as basketball courts, paved walk/biking paths, and playgrounds.