The Abbott Marshlands is a pristine freshwater marsh adjoining the Delaware River. Just moments outside the City of Trenton, visitors may fish in Spring Lake, kayak the marsh, hike the wooded trails, and enjoy nature.
Bamboo Brook Outdoor Education Center was known originally as "Merchiston Farm," the home of William and Martha Brookes Hutcheson from 1911 to 1959. The Center's 100 acres include fields, woodlands and a formal garden designed by Mrs. Hutcheson, one
Cooper Gristmill, located on 14 acres, was built in 1826 and is one of the remaining restored water-powered mills in New Jersey. It is listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places. It is a living example of the states transition from
Crosswicks Creek Park, with Historic Walnford as its centerpiece, is a 1,500+ acre park in Upper Freehold Township. Most of the Crosswicks Creek Park forms a narrow corridor of land around Crosswicks Creek. Another 2,700 acres of surrounding farmland
Dorbrook Recreation Area features 535 acres which include playgrounds, tennis, horseshoes, swimming pools, a Sprayground, an inline rink, basketball, open fields, and 2.4 miles of paved trail for walking, biking, and in-line skating.