Cranbury is proud of its 11 parks and open space properties, which comprise well over 230 acres located west of U.S. Route 130. The first park, Memorial Park, was dedicated over 60 years ago in 1949 to honor our World War I and World War II veterans. Village Park, nestled on 19 acres along Brainerd Lake, was first dedicated in 1964 and provides a wide array of recreational facilities. Cranbury currently has five unimproved parcels totaling over 175 acres that provide views of nature and/or adjacent farmland linking Cranbury to its agricultural roots and allowing its residents to explore nature along its stream corridors.
The accompanying summary lists each of the 11 parks/open spaces and the features available at each site. By clicking on each park/open space below, you will see a more detailed version of the site’s location, how to get there, where you may park, and the site’s history and features. For most of these sites, you may also then click onto a map and description of the property from Cranbury’s 2007 Open Space and Recreation Plan Element of the Master Plan.
We hope you enjoy Cranbury’s parks and open spaces. If you have any suggestions to improve this website, please contact the Parks Commission Secretary at (609) 664-3130.
|Port-a-John||Parking on site||Drinking Fountain||Playground||Tot Lot||Reservations||Baseball||Softball||Soccer / Lacrosse||Basketball||Tennis||Historic||Grills||Boat Dock||Trails||Bike Trail||Unimproved|
|Cranbury Brook Preserve||√||√||√||√||√|
|Memorial Park & Brainerd Dam||√||√|
|Reinhardt Forest Preserve||√||√||√|