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Lurker Field, East Hanover, NJ

Eagle Rock Avenue and Ridgedale Avenue, East Hanover, NJ. there are 2 parking lots, one on Eagle Rock I believe is closer to the playground and it is on Fifth Avenue by the Rinaldi Center, however i do not see that street published on mapquest or google maps. If you park far away, prepare for a walk, and look for the tennis courts, it is a bit hidden. Great playground with restrooms nearby. Swings, slides, trees, and benches with age 2-5 and 5-10 playgrounds, and some structures that could resemble store fronts.. Friendly people were around this playground, and my son had a great time playing with his new friends.

From Amy’s The Playground Guide Listings:

411 Ridgedale Ave & Eagle Rock

Ridgedale Ave is easily accessible from Routes 80, 280, 10, and 24. From 287 take the Route 10 exit and bear right onto Route 10 East. Turn right onto Ridgedale Ave and continue on two miles. Park is on your right.

Busy town recreation complex with ball fields, roller rink, tennis, town pool and recreation center. Hosts summer concert nights and Farmers Market. Great playground made of Trex and metal with rubber flooring (very cushiony!) Hosts summer playground programs during the week so is very crowded during the day. Two separate play areas for 2-5 and 5-12 year olds.

Parking: Multiple lots, large capacity
Picnicking: Nice shelter with at least 20 tables next to playground, really nice bathrooms
Handicap: One chair swing, park is wheelchair accessible with solid rubber flooring and some equipment is accessible by ramp
Climbing: Chin-up bars, fireman’s pole, tubes, handles, rings, monkey bars, chain wall and lots of stairs
Playthings: Mirrors, tic-tac-toe, storefront, rotating wheels, drawbridges, looking glasses
Slides: Three toddler, one corkscrew, one chute, one bump
Sports: Four ball fields, four tennis courts, very nice roller rink, horseshoe pits, patriots’ path
Swings: Two toddler, ten full size, one handi-cap (person only – not chair)
Walking Paths: Paved paths around park perimeter popular at lunchtime
Water: Town pool (members only)

Make a Day of It
Sorrentos bakery is definitely worth a stop; you can dine outside at Avellino’s Pizza & Café and stop for ice cream at the Scoop Coop.

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2 comments to Lurker Field, East Hanover, NJ

  • Racine S Elsman

    The playground area entrance is directly across from Sorentos Bakery on Eagle Rock Ave. there is a Vet clinic on the corner.

  • Charlotte M Burns

    Can tables at the shelter be reserved?

    Thank you.

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