Parks & Trails


Municipal Park

Offering fun for the whole family with a huge playground, basketball and tennis courts, and baseball fields! Located on Mountain Blvd right next to the library.

Dealaman Pond & Trail

A popular spot for locals to fish, have a picnic, or read by the water. One of the best places to enjoy Warren's beautiful scenery!

Dealaman Stransky Trail

This trail connects the Dealaman Pond to the Stransky Farm. The wooded trail takes you out to a beautiful, large meadow!

Wagner Farm Arboretum

93 acres of beautiful, open space. Enjoy an art class or attend one of the many events! If you have a green thumb, volunteer in the Giving Garden and contribute to their Food Bank donation!

Codington Woods Trail

Forty five hilltop wooded acres, a working farm, a fruit orchard, and a large, open grove of mature maples and oaks. This is one of Warren's FAVORITE dog walking trails, so don't forget your furry friend!

Mountain Park

High Mountain Park Preserve features a stunning view of New York City on a clear day. The basalt knob on the western descending section of the Yellow Trail yields a long view over a valley, a reservoir, and occasionally magnificent sunsets

More Parks & Trails

Elm Avenue Park
Elm Avenue Park

Located just off of Liberty Corner Road. The playground offers a play area for ages 2 -5 years and a play area for 5 – 12 years.


Greenwood Meadows Park
Greenwood Meadows Park

Located off of Liberty Corner Road and open to the public from dawn to dusk. The park offers a playground area, recreational softball and multi-sports field, tennis courts, 9-hole Disc golf and a gazebo for public use. Newly renovated Greenwood Meadows tennis courts are now open!

Warrenbrook Park
Warrenbrook Park

JLocated on Warrenville Road, this park  includes an 18-hole golf course, pro shop and clubhouse, swimming pools for adults and children, cross- country skiing, and is the location for the Somerset County Multipurpose Senior Center.

Municipal Complex
Municipal Complex

Comprised of the Two Hall Circles, the Ballfield Circle and the Hofheimer Woods. Most of the trails are either paved or smoothed for easy access. There are three points of entry: Behind the scoreboard at ballfield M2, above the ballfield parking lot on the mausoleum access lane; or the end of Bardy Road at the DPW complex gate.

Ehlens Brook
Ehlens Brook

A triangular 46 acres of old hardwood forest valley containing 5 brooks, steep hillsides abutting large wooded home sites built in 70s & 80s, and 2 large detention basins.  Features include natural beauty throughout and water amenities along all trails.

Glenhurst Meadows
Glenhurst Meadows

Over two miles of mostly level, moved trails loop along all edges, across central meadow sections, around two large open ponds and along the berms at the river edges. Short blazed side trails access 3 small woodland ponds and three steel bridges over Cory’s Brook.

East County Park
East County Park

A 150-acre park that includes a 8’ wide half-mile long multi-use nature trail made of stone, and loops around a serene pond with views of nearby meadows plus a synthetic turf multi-use field, synthetic turf and natural turf soccer fields, and a nature trail. 

A second phase of the park is currently under development and will include a new trail, a leash-free dog area, and a picnic pavilion.

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