Parks & Recreation
The Keansburg Recreation Committee meetings are held at Borough Hall,
29 Church Street.
The current Recreation Committee Members are:
Recreation inquiries can be made:
By Phone: Michele Hoff 732-787-0215 x212
ATTN: Keansburg Recreation Committee
29 Church Street, Keansburg, NJ 07734
The most current, up-to date inforamtion and cancellation announcements can be found on
the Borough’s Recreation’s Facebook Page: Keansburg Recreation
Keansburg Amusement Park is a private family owned recreation destination that has been in operation since 1904. For more information please contact the Park directly at 732-495-1400 or visit their website at www.keansburgamusementpark.com
Runaway Rapids Waterpark is also a major attraction at Amusement Park area. For more information please use the contact information for the Amusement Park.
Swimming is permitted from daybreak until dusk, but there are no lifeguards on duty. Visitors are permitted on the beach until 7 p.m. or dusk, whichever is earlier, every day.
The beach is accessible by two wooden Bay Walks. Parking is available in a metered municipal lot adjacent to the Bay Walks. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms and showers are at the intersection of Beachway and Belleview Avenue.
Parks & Facilities
Located at the intersection of Beachway and Main Street – this facility includes restrooms and an outdoor shower.
Beach Pavilion Playground
Located next to the Beach Pavilion at Beachway and Main Street – a small playground open all year
Collins Field Railroad Ave.
Tee Ball Field
Borough Tennis Courts
Located at Railroad Avenue and Wood Street – residents are free to use this facility when not in use by our local Titan Tennis Teams. Key is available at the Keansburg Police Department, 331 Carr Avenue.
Donohue Playground Carr Ave. (corner of Seeley and Carr)
Playground includes classic slides and swings
Forest Park Forest Ave. (corner of Park and Forest)
Playground includes basketball facilities
Friendship Park – Main Street
A passive park that includes a tribute to the Irish Famine
Henry Hudson Trail Bike and walking pathway (View our brochure.)
This paved, 10-foot wide, 24-mile long trail is a former railroad right-of-way. It is relatively flat, traveling through both man-made and natural environments. Much of the trail is tree-lined, though some parts have views of surrounding wetlands, streams and fields.
The Henry Hudson Trail Activity Center is located on Hwy 36, Leonardo near the intersection Hwy 36/Avenue D, Atlantic Highlands.
The northern trail section runs 12 miles (just north of and parallel to Rt. 36) from the Aberdeen/Keyport border at the intersection of Lloyd Rd. and Clark St. to the Leonardo section of Middletown/Atlantic Highlands border at Avenue D. After sharing the road, the trail resumes at the Atlantic Highlands Marina and continues along Sandy Hook Bay to Popamora Point on Atlantic Highlands – Highlands border.
St. John’s Playing Fields St. John’s Place
Sporting fields for baseball and softball
James Sidoti Skatepark St. John’s Place
Skatepark dedicated to the memory of James Sidoti, a Keansburg youth who along with his friends lobbied for a community skate park facility.