Old Troy County Park

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44 Reynolds Avenue
Parsippany, NJ 07054

T: (973) 326 - 7600

Hours:
M-F: Daily, sunrise to sunset.
Sat-Sun: Daily, sunrise to sunset.

Directions

Amenities

A great slice of nature in the county’s most populous town, for active or passive recreation.

This 96-acre park, located in Parsippany, offers a wealth of recreation opportunities for people of all ages. Visitors can enjoy the group picnic sites, horseshoe pits, and ballfield or visit the picturesque pond with their fishing poles. This park is a great spot to hike, jog, or take a leisurely walk along the trails, or to try cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.

Plan Your Visit

There is a reservable picnic shelter with tables, benches, and grills towards the entrance of the park. It’s a beautiful and an easy-to-find spot for your next family picnic or corporate outing.

The softball field is available to rent for league, club, or pick-up softball games or cricket matches.

Clubs, organizations, businesses and groups of 25 or more persons utilizing any Morris County Park area are required to make a reservation and obtain a permit.

Old Troy Park has close to 2 miles of trails available for hiking, jogging, or walking year-round and cross-country skiing or snowshoeing in the winter. Click here for trail resources and information on trail courtesy and safety.

Maps

Large – 11″ x 17″ (1 page)

Letter – 8.5″ x 11″ (1 page, reduced)

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Programs & Activities
  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Cross Country Skiing
History

After the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills donated the first parcel of land to the Morris County Park Commission, Mildred and Richard W. McEwan gifted an additional six acres of land to the Park Commission in September 1977. Just over a year later, Old Troy Park opened to the public in October 1978.