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Guest Post by Sara Rall:
Thomae Park, at the southeast end of Nagle St., Bridgewater (or Bound Brook), Somerset County.

Thomae Park has a charming playground tucked away in the farthest east section of Bridgewater (which really should be part of Bound Brook, as my GPS insists it is). It’s wonderfully shady and almost never crowded.

There is a large climbing structure good for younger children with a cool tube slide leading to a tunnel. This is connected to a tall section for older kids by a curved climber. There are mushrooms, monkey bars, and pedals.

They also have the cutest little flower swings plus standard infant and regular swings. There is a Tarzan-style zip line, and a cute 2-person bouncer.

There is a basketball court and a baseball field and a porta-potty. At the other end of the parking lot is a woodland trail along Bound Brook which is beautiful and shady but can be a bit swampy.