Approx 40 Elmwood Dr
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 youâ€™ll see the entrance to the park.
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 childrenâ€™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 Chevyâ€™s Mexican restaurant and watch them make their own tortillas.