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Atlantic County Government
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Division of Parks and Recreation

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION
William Reinert,
Department Head
109 State Highway 50
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
(609) 625-1897, 645-5960
Parks and Facilities
Parks At A Glance
Upcoming Park Events
Parks Brochures
Bikeway
Camping Information
Estell Manor Park
Environmental Links
Golf Course (John F. Gaffney Green Tree Golf Course)
Historic Sites
Registration, Reservation and Fee Information
Veterans Cemetery
Volunteers
Warren E. Fox Nature Center
Deer Management Zone 61
Prohibited Activities
Effective Monday, October 21
LAKE LENAPE EAST
will remain closed until further notice
as it undergoes a
$2.5 million renovation project
Please consider visiting our
many other park facilities.
Park Hours
7:30 AM until dusk
Warren E. Fox
Nature Center
Atlantic County Park
in Estell Manor
109 Boulevard Route 50
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
(609) 625-1897

8 AM – 4:30 PM
weekdays
8 AM – 4:00 PM
weekends & holidays
Reservation Office
Lake Lenape Boathouse
Lake Lenape
6303 Old Harding Highway
(609) 625-8219

8:00 am - 5:00 pm 7 days
Hours extended during camping season,
April 1 thru Nov. 1

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Lake Lenape East
Reopens July 19, 2014
after Phase II Construction

 The Atlantic County Park at 753 Park Road on the eastern shores of Lake Lenape in Mays Landing has reopened after an extensive make over. The facility has been enhanced with improved ADA access, two new lake front pavilions, and a totally refurbished hall. The Lake Lenape East Park’s lake front pavilions can be rented on a daily basis. The facility also includes volleyball courts, a playground and a softball field that offer fun activities for picnickers and group events. Non-motorized boats can pull up on the beach and enjoy the Park via the lake.
Directions to Lake Lenape Park East

Lake Lenape East is just a short paddle from the County Park at Lake Lenape West, 6303 Old Harding Highway, where we provide a public boat ramp and campground, playground and more. The beach at Lake Lenape East is a great place to relax. All outdoor activities at the new and improved Lake Lenape East Park are open seven days a week from 7:30 am til dusk.

The Atlantic County Park System reflects our ongoing commitment to the preservation of open space and the provision of ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. The Atlantic County Park System offers a wide variety of recreational and leisure pursuits. Park programs include large group events, crafts, environmental education, and children's programs.

The Park System’s seventeen parks and facilities include:  Oscar E. McClinton Jr. Waterfront Park in Atlantic City, Estell Manor, selected as having some of the best recreational activities by readers in the 2013 Best of the Press poll, Lake Lenape, Weymouth Furnace, Penny Pot, Gaskill, Riverbend, Whirlpool Island, Galloway Tract, Leeds' Point and Veterans Memorial Park. The County Park System also maintains three facilities -John F. Gaffney Green Tree Golf Course, and Camp Acagisca and the Atlantic County Bikeway. There are also many other parks in Atlantic County that are not run by the county government.

Because Atlantic County is one of the most diverse counties in the state, each park in the county is unique and has something different to offer. Be sure to visit all of them!

General Guidelines

Every effort is made to provide you, our visitors, with the facilities and programs that will make your visit enjoyable and memorable. Guidelines have been established that will assist in making your visit safe. We encourage you to make the most of your park system. Please take time to review this information. It will make your visit, and the visits of those who follow you, a more rewarding experience.

Please conduct yourself in an orderly fashion. Please clean up after yourself. Trash and recycling cans are placed throughout the park. Enjoy the wildlife and plants in their natural surroundings; do not take them home. Pets must be on leashes and under your control at all times. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in any of the Atlantic County Parks. Make sure you follow the posted vehicle speed signs, and don't take your car where signs or park staff warn of restricted access.

Complete list of the Parks and their specific amenities.

Amenities Chart
If you have any questions about Atlantic County Parks and Recreation
CLICK HERE to send an email to Eric Husta, Assistant County Park Superintendent