Somerset County Parks and Recreation
Our destination bursts with natural beauty that makes it an idyllic setting for playing outdoors. Breathtaking parks and gardens, both community and private. Superb equestrian centers and country clubs. Highly rated and popular golf courses. Action-packed possibilities for a broad spectrum of sports, including professional baseball. Get moving—and start exploring Somerset County.
Located on the Cross Estate, site of the New Jersey Brigade Unit of Morristown National Historical Park. The Gardens comprise formal and native gardens, a wisteria-covered pergola, and a mountain laurel allee. The Cross Estate is open from dawn to dusk. Parking is free, and there are no entry fees. Every year there is a plant sale, and there are Learn More …Read More
Docherty Park offers 3 baseball/softball fields, 3 soccer/lacrosse fields and a picnic shelter. It also has a roller hockey rink and heated restrooms. It is the perfect park for sports and activities.Read More
Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club hosts three professionally designed executive golf courses. The architects are renowned, having won prestigious industry awards for creating and redesigning some of the country’s most widely praised courses. Their expertise and ingenuity is on full display at Fiddler’s Elbow, where they’ve fused unique features of the local landscape with challenging holes that put members’ skills to Learn More …Read More
On its two acre property, Flagg Way Park provides a playground and tennis court.Read More
At Frelinghuysen Park, there is a tennis court, basketball courts, a pool, clubhouse, baseball fields and a pavilion. There are also playground equipment available for children.Read More
One of America’s premier golf clubs, Hamilton Farm is situated on an elegant historic country estate just 60 minutes from Manhattan. Hamilton Farm is destined to set new standards for quality, service and pure enjoyment of the golf club experience. At the time of its construction in 1916, the Hamilton Farm stable was described as the largest and most lavish in the United States. Learn More …Read More