Parks & Facilities

Park facilities in Plainsboro Township provide a wide range of opportunities for leisure activities and recreation throughout the year - from active to passive, team sports to family fun, group programs to solitary pleasures - there is something for everyone.
  1. 9/11 Memorial Park

    On September 11, 2001 Plainsboro lost 4 residents in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. The 9/11 Memorial Park was built with donations from the community in memory of Robert Devitt, Jeffrey Fox, James Potorti and Suresh Yanamadala.

  2. Parks & Facilities Reservations

  3. Dog Park

    Find a list of dog park rules and usage guidelines.

  4. Facility Use Eligibility & Guidelines

    By ordinance, reservation permits for facility use are issued only to entities that qualify as resident groups or organizations. Find guidelines for registration and reservations.

  5. Parks Use Eligibility & Guidelines

    By ordinance, reservation permits for park facility use are issued only to qualified Plainsboro residents, Plainsboro businesses, and Plainsboro based leagues/organizations. Read through guidelines governing that process.

  6. Park Rangers

    Park rangers patrol township parks throughout the year checking permits and enforcing township park ordinances.

  7. Park Rules

    Read a basic list of park rules and access a complete list of park ordinances.

  8. Parks

    View a list of parks, amenities, and directions to parks.

  9. Plainsboro Preserve

    The Plainsboro Preserve, located on Scotts Corner Road, includes over 1,000 acres of undisturbed open space with nature trails and 50-acre McCormack Lake.