More about Piscataway Park
Many visitors enjoy the natural beauty of Piscataway Park which is home to bald eagles, beaver, deer, fox, osprey, and many other species. From walking the trails or jogging around the farm site, to catching a few catfish which enjoying a stunning view or exploring the shoreline by kayak, the facilities at Piscataway Parks offers many recreational opportunities for all levels and interests.
Discovery Packs, self-guided educational kits, and birding kits (complete with field guides, binoculars, and a spotting scope) can be borrowed from the Visitor Center and contain activities and information about the plants and animals found here. A picture I.D. is required to borrow these kits.
Public restrooms are open daily for park visitors and are located at the Visitor Center just off the main parking lot. There are many picnic tables located around the park, as well as a covered picnic pavilion for you to enjoy a packed picnic along the river. Bins are located near the Visitor Center, fishing pier and picnic pavilion, and parking lot for disposal of trash or recycling. Please remember to dispose of your trash and recyclables responsibly.
Public access to Piscataway Park is free. The park is open from dawn to dusk, with gates closing at sunset.