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The complex includes two lighted regulation-size in-line skating rinks, available for adult and youth leagues, open skating times and non-hockey activities. Non-hockey activities include Xtrembol, roller derby practices, power soccer, and broomball.
Central Park includes a 5-acre dog park/canine center. Benches and bag dispensers are at both the small and large dog areas. Water is not currently available onsite. Please follow the rules, which are for the enjoyment and safety of all. (Dog park donations and volunteers are always welcome. Contact the Park Alliance at 973-631-5273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.)
A fully accessible Challenger League ball field is a rubberized surface painted to represent a baseball field. Lighted for nighttime play, field activities include wheel chair baseball and softball, as well as wiffle ball and kickball. View a map of the park.
With the help of Lakeland Cross Country and the maintenance staff at Lewis Morris County Park, a 5k cross country trail was created. The course, with its beautiful views, features soft rolling hills with a mixture of grass, gravel, and natural trail surfaces, enjoyable for runners and watchers alike.
Central Park of Morris County, dedicated in the summer of 2008, has been designed for passive and active recreation. Once part of Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital, it was purchased from the State of New Jersey. It is our first fully accessible outdoor athletic facility.