Newton Lake Park

4.4
  • Address: Haddon Township, NJ 08107, USA, United States
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  • 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 Address: Haddon Township, NJ 08107, USA, United States
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Newton Lake Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • 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.

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