The Town of Secaucus has  22 different parks and green spaces throughout the community. Each park page on this website includes photographs, a description of the park's features, and a short video showcase. You may also download the Secaucus Parks Guide which gives detailed information in a print-ready format. 

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Buchmuller Park

Located in the center of town, Buchmuller Park is home to the Secaucus Little League. The park features a large, ADA compatible playground, three full-court basketball courts, three regulation size bocce courts, a tennis court, a pavilion with ADA compatible rest rooms, a band shell and seating for outdoor concerts, a picnic area, a handball court, shuffle board, a putting green, ping pong, kiddie showers and a regulation size ice skating and hockey rink.

 

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Kane Stadium

Kane Stadium is a multi-purpose facility where both baseball and football are played. The field was recently upgraded with artificial turf and improved drainage, and the site was enclosed with new fencing. Prior re-lamping of the approximately 2,000 seat stadium allows nighttime play for the Secaucus Recreation Football Program, as well as a variety of high school baseball and football teams. The facility has a concession stand and ADA compatible restrooms.

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Fountain Park

This passive park provides open space in a residential area where a metal refinishing business once operated. Antique light poles, benches and a butterfly and hummingbird garden highlight the park. A small fountain with a waterfall is located toward the rear of the site. An open area allows for residents to toss a ball or fly a kite. One of the two Secaucus Community Gardens are located in Fountain Park and feature approximately 20 raised beds for planting.  

 

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Shetik Field

This regulation size soccer field is home to Secaucus’ Recreation Soccer Program, as well as our high school’s varsity and junior varsity soccer programs. It was recently regraded and resurfaced with turf and lamped for nighttime play. On the western side of the field there are two full-court basketball courts and two tennis courts. The field also has ADA compatible restrooms.

 

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Ivanoski Park

This park features a small neighborhood playground with ADA compatible play equipment, a kiddie shower, picnic table, swings and slides. Ivanoski Park has recently been upgraded to include a brand new water feature and stickball court

 

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Duck Pond

The Duck Pond was awarded the Public Lands Clean-Up Award from the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection, after undergoing a massive cleanup in 1992. The park is home to many species of water fowl, and the pond is stocked each year with bass, catfish, sunfish, carp and perch by the N.J. Division of Fish & Game. Secaucus’ Annual Kids’ Fishing Derby is held there each spring. The banks of the pond are lined with picnic tables, park benches, some light playground equipment, antique light poles and two ADA accessible decks. At its entrance, a large caboose sites on an abandoned set of tracks.

 

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Laurel Hill Park

When this park on the bank of the Hackensack River opened several years ago, it was the first new park created in Hudson County in 77 years. It features a public boat ramp with plenty of parking, walking trails, park benches, a gazebo, and two regulation size softball, baseball, soccer and football fields that are equipped with lights for nighttime play. The park also boasts an ADA compatible playground and public rest rooms. During late spring, the summer, and early fall, kayaks are available for rent and guided tours of the wetlands are offered daily. 

 

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Clarendon School Playground

This area, which is open to the public, has a regulation size softball field and an additional Little League baseball field. There are also an ADA compatible playground and two full-court basketball courts at this park.

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Snipes Park

This passive park is located in the rear of Osprey Cove. Two pedestrian bridges lead you into the park, which is landscaped with a variety of native trees and shrubs. Picnic tables and benches are spread throughout the park along with exercise equipment to work out along the riverbank. A large fenced in dog park help make Snipes Park an ideal place to sit, relax and enjoy the waterfront with man’s best friend.

 

 

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Eckel Park

This pocket park was recently renovated to feature a medieval castle theme with swings, picnic tables, a regulation size basketball court and ADA compatible playground equipment.

 

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Huber Street School Playground

Open to the public, this playground features ADA compatible equipment and plenty of open space for children’s activities. This park was fully upgraded with a new play equipment.

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Trolly Park

Located on the bank of the Hackensack River, this pocket park features antique light poles, park benches and picnic tables. This park draws its name from the trolley cars that once crossed through this area – in fact, some of the cobble stones and trolley tracks have been preserved in the park. Trolly Park is home to Secaucus’ pirate theme play area with a large ship and dock being the focal point of the park.  

 

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Smit Park

This small neighborhood park features a basketball court, ADA compatible playground equipment, swings, slides, park benches and a picnic table. Redone using funds from Field Station Dinosaurs, Smit Park is Secaucus’ dinosaur themed park with a water sprinkler straight out Jurassic Park and many prehistoric features.

 

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Mill Creek Park

Located in a residential area, this small pocket park is landscaped with trees and shrubs and acts as a buffer between the homes and the Mill Creek. Its wood deck that allows a view of the New York skyline is ADA compatible.

 

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Naters Park

This neighborhood park consists of one full-court basketball court, a kiddie shower, ADA compatible playground equipment, picnic tables and park benches.

 

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Schmidt's Woods

This jewel of a park is one of Hudson County’s last, heavily wooded parks. It features a covered pavilion, a barbecue area, several picnic tables, ADA compatible playground equipment and restrooms, bocce courts, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts and nature trails. This park is used for family outings and events and can be reserved by calling the recreation department at 201-330-2078. 

 

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Secaucus Swim Center

The swim center has three pools, a diving pool and a water slide, a concession stand, ADA compatible restrooms with showers and lockers and a picnic area. The kiddie pool was recently upgraded to feature a pirate ship and many water features found in commercial water parks. 

 

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Secaucus Recation Center

This facility features a full-court basketball court, an indoor running track, an Olympic-size pool, an aerobics room and a fully equipped exercise room. This will be a recreation facility for both children and adults. Just behind the Recreation Center, you will find the meditation garden with fountains, wind chimes, and benches along the banks of the river. 

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Secaucus High School Athletic Field

The High School grounds consist of six regulation size tennis courts, a regulation size football field, one full-court basketball court, a running/walking track, one baseball and two softball fields and a performing arts auditorium. A nature trail, which is a public walkway, is located on the east side of the complex. The trail winds through the meadows to the banks of the Hackensack River.

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Milridge Road Athletic Fields

This complex of fields consists of two regulation size softball fields that are lit for nighttime play, and a regulation size baseball field that doubles as two soccer fields during the soccer season. A “chip & putt” golf range for aspiring golfers and ADA compatible restrooms complete the facility.

 

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Mill Creek Point Park

One of Secaucus’ newer parks, Mill Creek Point Park is located on the Hackensack River where it spills into the Mill Creek. This park offers an environmentally preserved area that features a boat launch, fishing, bird watching, park benches and a tranquil setting for reflection. The nature themed play area features slides, swings, and climbing features. Mill Creek Point Park is the start to Secaucus’ nature walk that stretches along the perimeter of the west end of town. You will also find a fenced in dog park with obstacles and plenty of space for your dogs to run.

 

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Farm Road Park

In a residential area, this is one of Secaucus’ newest park. It features a gigantic ADA compatible playground and picnic tables. It is also a stop on the Secaucus River Walk that starts at Mill Creek Point Park.

 

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Oak Lane Park

This park is coming soon. Check back for additional information as it becomes available. 

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