Johnson Park

Johnson Park, Piscataway Township, NJ 08854


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Piscataway Township, NJ 08854
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Johnson Park At A Glance...

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  • New Jersey Gateway Region Middlesex County
  • Activities:
    • Fishing
    • Jogging / Running
    • Playing in the playground
    • Walking
    Amenities:
    • Sports / Athletic Fields
    • Boat launch
    • Boat launch - Car Top Only
    • Picnic / Sitting Area
    • Benches
    • Grills / Firering
    • Picnic shelter(s)
    • Picnic tables
    • Playground
    Trails:
    • Flat / Easy
    • Paved
    • Walking Paths
    Park Type:
    • County Parks

About Johnson Park

Johnson Park is located in Piscataway Township, New Jersey. This beautiful park along the Raritan River is enjoyed by many people looking for exercise and relaxation. A few notable features include:

  • 8 Tennis Courts (Lights)
  • 1 Baseball Field
  • 2 Softball Fields
  • 1 Soccer Field
  • 5 Reservable Picnic Groves
  • 2 Open Picnic Groves
  • 3 Playgrounds
  • Animal Haven (fenced in animal area)
  • 2 Ponds
  • "East Jersey Olde Towne" Village
  • 2.5 Mile Bike/Walkway
  • 2 Cricket Pitches

Our Personal Take...

We have never actually stopped into this park, but we drive by / over it anytime that we travel on Rt 18 and River road. We always see a lot of people using the park, enjoying picnics, playing Frisbee, and much much more. The parking lots are usually packed in the warmer months. And the fenced in animal area seems to be a big hit with families.


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