Heritage Park

Heritage Park is located on the south side of the Village, at the intersection of South Main Street and Old Trenton Road.  Map.


The main entrance and parking lot is on South Main Street, just north of Old Trenton Road.  There are sidewalk entrances from the end of Stockton Drive and also from Bergen Drive.

Heritage Park is 13.5 acres.


Heritage Park provides a tot lot play set, a paved pathway for walking, biking or jogging and a Tercentennial fountain area with seating for quiet contemplation.  Benches are located throughout the park along the walkways.  The tot lot area includes a picnic table.  The park has large, open grassy fields suitable for frisbee, picnics and other activities. 

There are no restrooms.

No reservations are required.


This park features a water fountain with granite pavers, which were dedicated to commemorate Cranbury’s tercentennial anniversary in 1997, and the Judy Dossin Meadow, dedicated in 2007 to honor the former Parks Planning Commission Chairperson. The meadow blooms with crocuses each spring.

The primary purpose of this park is to provide “alternative recreation” space, for unorganized, informal recreation activities on open fields and landscaped areas.  Some of the activities include walking, jogging, biking, inline skating, Frisbee, kite flying, reading, dog walking and yoga.  This park was intended to provide park space for Cranbury residents, especially seniors and adults, not participating in organized team and field sports.

The park was given to the township by the developer of Cranbury Green in the early 1990s.  More. 

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