Phil Rizzuto Park is accessible at the intersection of Morris Avenue and Trotters Lane in Elizabeth NJ. Update- this park spans 3 cities; according to City of Elizabeth Website http://www.elizabethnj.org/parks_recreation.html :
“The County of Union also recently opened Phil Rizzuto Park on the borders of Elizabeth/Union/Hillside in honor of the New York Yankee Hall-of-Fame baseball player who lives nearby. The park is a 10.4-acre multi-use facility that also contains a Boundless Playground area, which allows children with disabilities to play along side their peers.”
In good condition physically, but lots of graffiti. I’ve been here twice and it was super crowded in the afternoon on a sunny day, especially with the fountain, (I put sprayground in the tags, but probably would be identified more as a fountain, see pic) that the kids enjoy alot! Definitely more older kids here, chasing each other with plastic bottles filled from the fountain. I found it hard to keep my younger child away from the chaos when it was crowded, but he was ok.. I came back on a rather cloudy almost rainy day and it was almost empty. This is also a Boundless playground.