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Lake Parsippany Park, Parsippany

Approx 40 Elmwood Dr

Directions
Route 10 to Morris Plains/Parsippany. Make a right onto US-202/Littleton. Make a right at the light onto Halsey Road. Turn right onto Elmwood Drive and take to the end of the street and you’ll see the entrance to the park.

Description
Lake Parsippany Park has a lot to offer at this park and playground. Great spot for a large play-date, family reunion or moms club. Cool statues, big gazebo, plenty of shade and a toddler friendly play area.

Parking: Medium sized lot, can be crowded at peak times
Picnicking: Lovely reservable shelter with plenty of tables, charcoal grills and electricity, additional tables in nearby wooded grove
Climbing: Corkscrew pole, monkey bars, ropes, tunnels, tubes, repellers
Playthings: Steering wheel, looking glass
Seesaws: Bouncy animal figures
Slides: Five toddlers
Sports: Lit baseball and soccer fields, volleyball, two basketball courts, bocce courts and horseshoe pits
Swings: Four full size, four toddler
Walking Paths: Paved paths around the complex
Other Cool Stuff: Camel statue and big rocks to climb

Make a Day of It
Visit the new Parsippany library just before or after your trip to the park. The large children’s section also has a great computer set-up and offers many drop-in activities (check their web-site at www.parsippanylibrary.org.) Eat at Chevy’s Mexican restaurant and watch them make their own tortillas.

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