Brookside Park also known as Greenway Park sits at the cul de sac at Greenway Terrace and is accessible from Concord and Monroe via a walking path. The park has been upgraded over the years to include a walking/biking path, playground, swings, and a basketball court. It is a quiet sanctuary hidden amongst residential homes and is a nice spot for a walk or a play date with the kids. Learn More About Brookside Park>>>
Cherry Blossom Park
Cherry Blossom Park may be the least known park in town as it sits next to Cherry Hill School on Bogert Rd and has a small footprint. The park features a variety of plants and flowers and is a nice place to sit and enjoy the flora.
Kenneth B George Park
Kenneth B George Park is home to a softball and baseball field along the Hackensack River on Riverside Way. It is adjacent to both the River Edge Swim Club
and the Department of Public Works. It hosts Men’s and Women’s softball, youth soccer, youth softball, and older youth baseball teams. It also features a concession stand with bathroom facilities.
Veteran’s Memorial Park
Veteran’s memorial Park is the largest borough park and is situated along Continental Avenue. The park is host to the summer playground program, 4th of July Festivities, River Edge Day and many other events throughout the year.
Van Saun County Park
Van Saun County Park may be a county park but most of it is actually located in River Edge. Van Saun Park totals 146 acres across River Edge and Paramus and has a ton of activities for everyone including the zoo, multiple playgrounds, walking/biking paths, softball fields, pony rides, tennis courts, carousel, train ride, and much more. Every year the county hosts many events in the park highlighted by Winter Wonderland, movies in the Park, and the Fall Festival.
Learn more about Van Saun County Park by visiting their website here.