Parks and Recreation
Cinnaminson Township offers a variety of passive and active recreational opportunities through its municipal properties. These facilities include baseball, softball, and soccer fields, football, field hockey, and lacrosse practice fields, tennis and basketball courts, walking trails, playgrounds and a host of other opportunities for recreation. The current total acreage of municipally-owned property in Cinnaminson is 127.43 acres. Of that amount, 22.47 acres is undeveloped, while 104.96 acres are developed as active parkland.
Cinnaminson Township has two primary (anchor) parks at Memorial and Wood Park(s) and five community-style pocket parks at: Garfield, Fountain, Ravenswood, Extension, and East Riverton Park(s).
Is our largest park at 68.52 acres and features multiple activities. It is located on the corners of Lenola and Fork Landing Roads. It has a brand new concession and bathroom building, eight baseball fields (two lighted), two large sized soccer lighted fields, a bocce court, a hockey rink, an exercise/sledding hill, a .75 mile walking path, a natural lake/pond, and a brand new children’s play area.
Our second largest park is Wood Park at 20.38 acres and features multiple activities. Located directly in the center of Cinnaminson at the corners of Pomona and Riverton Roads, Wood Park is considered to many as Cinnaminson’s Main Street/Town Center. It has a brand new concession and bathroom building, six softball fields (one lighted), a large size multi-purpose lighted field, five tennis courts with one practice wall court, two lighted basketball courts, a gazebo, and a large children’s play area. Wood Park is the home of our Summer Concerts, Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Cinnaminson Appreciation Day, and many other community and sports activities.
A smaller community/pocket park located on Garfield Ave, this park is 3.92 acres. Garfield Park features a newer children’s play area, two basketball courts, a tennis court, and a large open field for various purposes.
Fountain Farms Park
A smaller community/pocket park located on Willow Drive, this park is 3.92 acres. Fountain Farms Park features a newer children’s play area, two basketball courts, and a lighted field primarily used by Cinnaminson Youth Football
Asmaller community/pocket park located on Chestnut Hill Drive, this park is 3.49 acres. Ravenswood Park features a childrens play area, two basketball courts, a pickleball court and two tennis courts.
A smaller community/pocket park located between Lejune and Cuthbert Roads, this park is 1.76 acres. Extension Park features a newer children’s play area, one basketball court, a community garden, and a large open field for various purposes.
East Riverton Park
A smaller community/pocket park located on Rowland Street in the East Riverton Section of Cinnaminson, this park is 8.78 acres. East Riverton Park features a childrens play area, two basketball courts, and an open field for various purposes.
|Memorial Park||68.52 acres||Cinnaminson Road/ Lenola Road|
|Wood Park||20.38 acres||Branch Pike & Moorestown-River Road|
|Garfield Park||3.92 acres||Garfield Ave|
|Fountain Farms Park||3.32 acres||Willow Drive|
|Ravenswood Park||3.49 acres||Chestnut Hill Drive|
|Extension Park||1.76 acres||Cuthbert Road & Lejune Road|
|East Riverton Park||8.78 acres||Rowland Street|
|Bird Preserve||1.44 acres||Broadwood Ave|
|Pompeston Creek 4||5.52 acres||Via Bd. of Ed. Property|
|Pocket Park||2.51 acres||Shenandoah Road & Valley Forge Road|
|Pocket Park||2.44 acres||Yellowstone Road & Acadia Drive|
|Pompeston Creek 1||3.10 acres||Fountain Ave|
|Pompeston Creek 2||4.66 acres||Willow Drive|
|Poets Walk Park||2.8 acres||Branch Pike|
Cinnaminson Township Recreation Programs
Cinnaminson Township hosts a wide variety of recreational programs for our residents coordinated though our Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee and our Parks & Recreation Director. All of our Recreation Programs are advertised on our township webpage “News and Announcements Section” as well as on the “Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey” Facebook page. These activities fall under the direction of our Parks, Recreation, Wellness, and Senior Services Director.
Here is a list of the Recreation and Wellness Activities we currently coordinate:
Park Field Usage Permit
Parks & Recreation Permit Letter and Form
Wellness and Senior Citizens
In addition to the above, we also provide the following Senior Citizen recreation and wellness activities: The following programs are available at the Community Center:
HELPFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS FOR SENIORS
Burlington County Office on Aging 609-265-5069
Community Help Line 211 or www.nj211.com
Meals on Wheels (609) 702-7053
Access Link (973) 275-5555
Sen Han Transit (877) 603-5111.
DO NOT CALL Registry 1 (888) 382-1222