Mercer Park in Bayonne

Bayonne, NJ 07002


Updated: 2015-03-08 13:45:40 Short URL: gonj.me/31540u
Mercer Park, located in Bayonne, NJ, is a Hudson County park. There is a playground, baseball field, basketball court, and picnic area. Some more details from their site:
Established in 1909, Mercer Park is a hidden gem of public space located in Bayonne along the border of Jersey City. Its 6 1/2 acres offer walkways to stroll through the greenery and shady resting spots amongst its massive trees. The park serves athletics with two recently refurbished basketball courts and a lighted field for the dual use of youth baseball and football. Mercer Park has a children's playground for enjoyment.

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Directions

From their site:

Car
Mercer Park is easily accessible by car from JFK Blvd. at 63rd St. near the border of Bayonne & Jersey City. Main entrance at Merritt St. and Avenue C.

Bus
Merritt St. is serviced by the 80, 81, & 87 NJ Transit bus lines.

Categories

Activities:
  • Playing in the playground
  • Walking
Amenities:
  • Sports / Athletic Fields
  • Bathrooms
  • Picnic / Sitting Area
  • Playground
Parks & Gardens:
  • County Parks

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