Where Life is Worth Living.

Our scenic trails, beautifully planned parks, and various recreation events provide residents and visitors with the opportunity to partake in some of the best community events Randolph has to offer. Residing in the heart of Morris County you will also have access to some of the larger recreation programs and parks.  Additionally, the Morris County Parks System is the largest park system based on acreage in New Jersey. 

Distance to Major Northeast Metropolitan Areas

Acres of Municipal Park Space 500
Number of Municipal Parks 12
Number of County Parks (System Wide) 38
County Owned Trails 150 Miles
Municipal Trails 16 Miles

At a Glance

Distinguished Park System


Acres of Parks


Municipal Parks 


Mile Trail

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Randolph Parks

  • Brundage Park Recreation Complex: Brundage park located, on Carrell Road, between Center Grove and Millbrook, offers many recreation facilities including; tennis courts, softball fields, basketball courts, a skate park, a walking and jogging trail, a lacrosse and soccer field and the Brundage Park Playhouse.


  • Freedom Park: This park offers seven athletic fields including two used for football and lacrosse, one Little League and one Babe Ruth baseball field. Other fields include a multi-purpose area and a softball field. The park also features a picnic pavilion, walking and biking trails, sand volleyball court and a large playground area. You can visit Freedom


  • Randolph Park: Located at 43 Green Lane, has a beautiful beach along with amenities such as a beach house with a changing room, a refreshment stand, picnic facilities for small and large groups, permanent docks for lap swimming, a spray park and a basketball court.

For a full list of Randolph Parks visit the Townships parks and recreation page.

Morris County Parks

The Morris County Parks System is the largest park system based on acreage in New Jersey. With award winning programs, activities for people of all ages and 38 recreational facilities including; historic sites, golf courses, outdoor educational facilities, arboreta, observation areas, 150 miles of trails and an ice skating arena, it is no question as to why more than 3.5 million people visit Morris County Parks each year! Some parks in Randolph’s vicinity include:

  • Hedden County Park is a 389.42 acre, general purpose park located in the Townships of Randolph and Mine Hill as well as the Town of Dover. Hedden has two distinct sections. The lake section, which presents a fishing deck, play area, and picnic shelter and the Concord Road portion of the park, which offers hiking, a picnic area and a multi-purpose field. Both sections of Hedden County Park have access to ball fields, multi-purpose fields, open green space, meandering hiking trails, and restroom facilities. Digital trail maps and more information are available online at


  • James Andrew Memorial County Park has a total of 588.89 acres, 504.66 of which were donated by Edna T. Brundage and by the Brundage Family. The trail sections in the park access the expanding network of the Randolph Township trails system. There are four trail heads to the county park, Freedom Park on Millbrook Avenue; Town Hall on Millbrook Avenue; Hidden Valley Park on Everdale Road; and on Radtke Road. Along the trail, just below Freedom Park in Randolph Township, is a 9-11 Memorial to the four Randolph Township residents lost in the World Trade Center. A stone with a plaque dedicating the park is located on West Hanover Avenue. For more information about the James Andrew Memorial County Park, click here.

Trail System

Randolph’s trail system currently runs a 16-mile course through five parks, the Clyde Potts Reservoir Watershed and 2,000 acres of pristine open space. The trails link together schools with neighborhoods and connect to Patriots’ Path at Combs Hollow and Old Brookside. Open year round, the trails can be used from dawn to dusk.

The trails system is expected to continue to grow and improve as we continue to pursue easements and funding to expand our trail network. The Township funds 90% of design and construction costs through state grants and developer contributions. To date, over $1.5 million in state grants and developer contributions has been invested in Randolph’s trails. A Trail Master Plan is available to view on the Township website or downloaded here.

Community & Commercial Recreation

Randolph offers numerous recreation programs for adults and youths ranging from athletic lessons, sports leagues, art classes and dance instruction. These programs are offered seasonally and require registration. More information can be requested at the Recreation Department located in the Township community center located at 30 Calais Road. You may also wish to visit their page on the Township website at or call 973.989.7081.

Many commercial recreational businesses can be found within the Township as well. Some of the current facilities include; indoor soccer, indoor fire ranges, fencing, baseball, gymnastics, wrestling, martial arts, sports performance training and an indoor ice skating rink.