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Address: 2111 91st St, North Bergen, NJ 07047, USA

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Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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Babbitt is an unincorporated community within North Bergen Township in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. The area, located west of Tonnelle Avenue within the New Jersey Meadowlands District, is home to light manufacturing, warehouses, transportation facilities, and part of the wetlands preservation area known as the Eastern Brackish Marsh.

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  • My first time coming and the main pool was closed because someone pooped in it. Bring your own food because the line and the wait time to get food is ridiculous. A lot of white racist old ladies who look like a bunch of angry lesbians

  • Friendly staff. Great facility. My kids go ever summer.

  • Very clean and they sell blimpie. Although the bread was dry great environment.

  • Second year member and will likely be my last. The fact that they allow boom boxes in this public area is ridiculous. Boom boxes should be banned and people should use headphones if they want to listen to music. Every time you visit this place you have to deal with people trying to hear their music over others and it gets ridiculously loud. Basically people start competing to get their loud music over the others...and security does nothing.

  • Great place ..but need to print all the rules in all languages so people understand the rules

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