The Frelinghuysen Recreation Committee is dedicated to enhancing the lives of our residents through youth athletics, community programs and sponsored events.
Our goals are to help ensure that our parks, fields, trails and facilities are maintained, accessible and safe for all our residents to enjoy. We will work to keep a list of suggestions for additions, modifications and updates to the recreation programs, facilities and policies to reflect the needs and diversity of our community.
Our recreational sports programs are designed to educate, equip and empower our youth athletes, volunteers and parents. Our hope is that through team play, hard work, dedication and commitment all involved will get a greater sense of team above self. We believe that when you put the needs of your team before yourself great things in life can be accomplished.
Through our youth athletic programs we offer Basketball, Soccer and Softball. Our goal is to help introduce young athletes to various sports and teach them the basic fundamentals and skill sets required for each sport. We advocate for fair play for all players and work to ensure that all players receive equal playing time regardless of skill.
We have several classes that are available to our community at our Rec Center / Frelinghuysen Forest Preserve located off Lincoln Laurel Road.
ADULT COED EXERCISE CLASSES
Increase endurance, strength and flexibility.
Weekday classes will start in the morning at 10 a.m., afternoon classes at 4:45 p.m. and Saturday's will be at 9:30 a.m. Please contact Cathy Bao Bean at 908-852-7426 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
TAI CHI CLASSES
Focusing on mind and body and internal strength. Classes are $70.00 per year. Weekday classes are Monday's and Friday's from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Please contact Christine Duffy at Christine.email@example.com for more information.
FRELINGHUYSEN RECREATIONAL SNACK SHACK
Our snack shack is open through out all of our outdoor recreational sports and events. We offer a variety of quick snacks and drinks to help you enjoy your day at the games!! We also use the snack shack as a youth community involvement program. Our youth community involvement program. Our youth volunteers will learn the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, good business practices and financial responsibility.
The total length of the walking path located at the recreation field behind Town Hall is 2190 feet.
Todd McPeek-Chairman, Amy Winfield - Secretary, Justin Stanley, Heather Hasselman, Brian Sassaman, Keith Ramos-Township Committee Liaison
2019 Meeting Dates
2019 Recreation Meeting December 16, 2019
2020 Meeting Dates
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Dogs are not allowed on the recreation fields, however, they are allowed on the Frelinghuysen Forest Preserve property located on Route 94.