Slade Dale Sanctuary

Sea Point Dr., Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742


Slade Dale Sanctuary At A Glance...


About Slade Dale Sanctuary

The 13-acre Slade Dale Sanctuary is an important part of the local ecosystem, and is home to a number of unique animals and plants. This waterfront preserve along the North Branch Beaver Dam Creek is a predominantly tidal marsh, which provides habitat for various birds, including osprey, as well as passive recreation opportunities for the community.

Description borrowed from princetonhydro.com


  • Activities:
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Jogging / Running
    • Walking
    Amenities:
    • Parking - Street Parking Only
    Trails:
    • Flat / Easy
    Park Type:
    • Municipal / City Park
    • Park (General)
    Rules/Regulations:
    • Alcohol *NOT Permitted*


Contact / Location

Primary Address:
Directions Sea Point Dr.
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742

Trail & Path Info

The trails seemed well maintained when we visited in 2019. They are rather flat but can get muddy after a big storm.

Also, since this location is along the water, mosquitoes can be a problem during the warmer months.


Facilities

There are no facilities in Slade Dale. There are a few garbage and recycling cans, but you should consider just carrying out whatever you bring in instead.

Parking

There are no parking lots for Slade Dale, but you can park off Sea Point Drive where you will find a few access points.

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