Parks & Recreation

Mission Statement

The Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation is dedicated to preserving open space and natural resources, providing safe parks and facilities, and offering educational and recreational opportunities, all contributing to an enhanced quality of life for present and future generations.

Modification Statement

The Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation welcomes all individuals to participate and enjoy our parks, facilities, and recreational programs. Reasonable modifications, individual adaptations, and support will be provided for persons of all abilities, to encourage everyone to benefit equally from their choice of leisure activities. Individuals requesting modifications shall describe what they need to use the service. Whenever feasible, please make the request in advance, before the modification is needed to access the service. Each request will be assessed individually. 

Hunterdon County Americans with Disabilities Act Statement

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  1. Thu, Feb 9

    1. TOT WALKS Ages: 2 to 3 with adult (children must be accompan...
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  2. Sat, Feb 11

    1. MAPLE SAP COLLECTION Ages: 6 through adult (children must be accompanie...
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COVID-19 Information

COVID Prevention for Gatherings: COVID-19 remains a threat, particularly at indoor gatherings with unvaccinated individuals. Follow the safety tips from the CDC and the NJ Department of Health to protect yourself and avoid putting others at risk.

  • Meeting attendees should be reminded to stay home if experiencing illness
  • Hand sanitizer should be made available for guests
  • Guests should wash their hands before serving or eating food
  • Clean and disinfect commonly touched surfaces and any shared items between use when feasible.

Meeting organizers should consider making masks available for attendees. People may choose to mask at any time. You SHOULD wear a mask if you have COVID-19 symptoms, a positive test, exposure to someone with COVID-19, or live in a county with elevated or “high” COVID community levels.