Newton Lake Park
- Address: Haddon Township, NJ 08107, USA, United States
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
Spread across an area of 103.39 acres, the Newton Lake Park is a marvelous park in Haddon Township. Bounded by the White Horse Pike and Cuthbert Boulevard, the park offers a number of activities for the visitors to do. It has:
- 2 playgrounds
- 2.43 miles of paths for biking
- Boat ramp
- Picnic areas namely- Newton Lake Pavilion, Collingswood playground and Lees Lane
- Matrimony garden
Newton Lake Park Reviews & Ratings
Great local park. The county does however need to do more landscaping. One side of the park is well lit the other is not and a little over grown so the view of Newton Creek is not what it should be f.or a county Park.
Beautiful nature and scenery plus a gorgeous lake. Nice long walking path and you can fish in the lake at any time. If you love being surrounded by nature, this park is the best.
To be honest, don't want to tell you how Awesome this place is! Fantastic Fishing! Great place to Walk or Run, even sunbathing, just please don't do that on Fishing pads ! I would go every day if I could. Clean, let's keep that way. Playground, walk dog. It's a beautiful place!
Beware of the port a potties. Apparantly one was on its side days ago and then placed back to an upright position instead of being replaced or cleaned. Let's just say there was a situation inside. The Park is nice to walk around but could use some updates.
Nice walkways, plenty of shade, quiet areas. Kids play area is set up for tots age 2-5 and young ones from about 6-10. There's also a little stone shelter with wide gaps in the walls so it's cool on hot days. A very pleasant neighborhood park. I didn't see any large area devoted to softball. There is no parking lot so street parking is what you have to do. A lovely stream runs along one side of the park so you can fish or just watch the ducks & geese. The park is clean and well maintained and I'd recommend it for anyone who lives in the immediate 3-4 town area.