The Warren Township Recreation Department invites all residents to take advantage of the parks, natural resources, and recreation programs available in Warren Township. We welcome individuals with disabilities to participate in all recreation programs and activities.
NEW DATE: Bob Marino and Barbra Lawson was cancelled on July 16 and has been re-scheduled to Thursday. July 22.
During the camp season the MUNICIPAL PLAYGROUND WILL BE CLOSED from 9am-12pm, July 6-29, Monday-Thursday for the safety of our campers. (including the playground, pavilion and basketball courts)
New Pavilion Project Presentation from Township Committee Meeting held on February 18, 2021.
COVID-19 Recreation Updates & Resources:
Warren Recreation has put together a list of different activities and resources for families to utilize during COVID-19.
Parks and Trails in Warren, open and closure status as of July 2, 2020.
Per the Governor’s Executive Order, the Warren Township Tennis Courts are open. Courts will be monitored to make sure users are adhering to the guidelines. If guidelines are not followed the courts will be closed. The following guidelines must be adhered to:
Tennis Court Guidelines:
- Avoid touching court gates, fences and benches (leave gates open!)
- Maintain social distancing (6 feet apart)
- No handshakes or high fives
- Recommended not playing doubles, but if you do play doubles, be sure you maintain social distancing
- Do not change sides on the courts
- Bring two cans of balls, one set when you are serving, the other when your opponent is serving
- Pick up balls with racket/foot
- Remember, tennis courts are ONLY FOR TENNIS!
- Face coverings should be worn.
If you or your child has an individualized need due to a disability and may require a reasonable accommodation in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act to successfully participate please note it on the registration form.
The Recreation Staff in conjunction with the staff at the Somerset County Park Commission Therapeutic Recreation Department will contact you for additional information. Three weeks’ notice is needed to evaluate the town’s ability to offer a reasonable accommodation.