Raritan Bay Waterfront Park

201 John T O'Leary Blvd, South Amboy, NJ 08879


Updated: 2018-06-23 13:16:57 Short URL: gonj.me/983697d7

Raritan Bay Waterfront Park was the first Middlesex County park to be built on the banks of the scenic Raritan Bay. This nautically themed park has breathtaking views of the New York skyline and features a landmark pavilion overlook.

The park encompasses 136 acres, of which 86 are considered wetlands, providing a nature study area for park goers interested in exploring its unique flora and fauna. In September of each year, the City of South Amboy holds a Seafood Festival at the park which is an extremely popular event.


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Facilities

  • 1 Baseball Field
  • 2 Softball Fields (1 with lights)
  • 1 Soccer Field
  • 1 Football Field (lights)
  • 2 Bocce Courts
  • 1 Playground
  • Walk/Bikeway
  • Nature Study Area
  • Raritan Bay Overlook/Performance Gazebo

Location & Contact Details

Categories

Activities:
  • Jogging / Running
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paddling - Kayak/Canoe/Row boat
  • Playing in the playground
  • Walking
Amenities:
  • Bathrooms
  • Picnic / Sitting Area
  • Playground
Trails:
  • Flat / Easy
  • Walking Paths
Parks & Gardens:
  • County Parks
  • Park (General)
  • Scenic Overlook / Waterfalls

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