Recreation & Swim Club

IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

IN REGARDS TO COVID-19

(updated 3-20-2020)

  • ALL PLAY STRUCTURES ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

  • IF YOU ARE NOT FEELING WELL, PLEASE REFRAIN FROM USING THE PARK FACILITIES.

  • ALL PLAYING FIELDS ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICES.

  • AS PER THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER - NO PUBLIC GATHERINGS OF ANY SIZE ARE PERMITTED IN THE PARKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

  • PHILLIPS PARK IS COMPLETELY CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION INCLUDING THE BASKETBALL COURTS

  • WE ASK THAT ANYONE IN THE PARKS PLEASE PRACTICE PROPER SOCIAL DISTANCING (min of 6 feet)

  • PLEASE BE AWARE THERE ARE NO BATHROOMS IN OPERATION.  WE SUGGEST YOU BRING YOUR OWN WIPES OR HAND SANITIZER WITH YOU.

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Programs, Classes & Events

The Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of classes at the Senior / Community Center such as cooking, ball room dancing, and yoga. During the summer months, we offer a 6-week Summer Day Camp program or children ages 6 to 11 at the Satz School. The camp includes activities like arts and crafts, games, sports, trips. and special events.

Program Registration

View our recreation registration process for information about signing up for programs online.

Events Calendar & Alerts

View our calendar for activities and events that we offer throughout the year. You can also sign up for electronic notifications in case of changes or updates to programs and events.

The Parks of Holmdel

Within the 18 square miles of Holmdel Township, there are 10 beautiful parks. Of these parks, 8 are township parks and 2 are Monmouth County parks. Open to the public and available to everyone, these parks are distributed throughout the township so that there is a park within a few miles of your home no matter where you live in Holmdel. Many of our parks are accessible to the handicapped. Our parks are continually being maintained and improved. See more information about our beautiful parks.

Recreation Needs Assessment

Press Release from Committeeman Tom Critelli

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