Turkey Brook Park

30 Flanders Road
Budd Lake, NJ 07828

Situated on 267 picturesque acres of the New Jersey Highlands, Turkey Brook Park offers many upgraded amenities from its 2003 opening.

Six natural grass soccer fields

One artificial turf soccer field with lights

One lit game football field and one lit football practice field

Four baseball fields, 2 with skinned infields for softball play.

One lacrosse field

A 1.5 acre dog park with attached .5 acre alternative dog park for small dogs. (Dog Park rules posted at the entrance and enforced by Mt. Olive Animal Control)

Two tennis courts

Two volleyball courts

Two basketball courts

A 32' octagonal outdoor pavilion

Two permanent restroom facilities with temporary facilities throughout the park.

A measured ½ mile walking track around Seward Place (the loop road) and approximately 1.5 miles of asphalt walking pathways.

Trail head access for the local trail network (White Trail access).

Maier's Pond located down the gravel road below the practice football field.

Mount Playmore playground offering 11,000 square feet of swings, slides, see-saws and fun! (Mt. Playmore is a food and drink free playground. Please use the benches outside of the play area to refresh / re-hydrate you and your child(children).

Seasonal activities such as ice skating, the PAL fishing derby, the Mt. Olive Week Carnival and much more!

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