This spring make sure you get out there and have fun with one of these 3 Great Ways to Spend a Spring Day in Middlesex County.
3 Great Ways to Spend a Spring Day in Middlesex County New Jersey
Tour the gardens at Rutgers Gardens
Did you know there’s a Bamboo Forest in New Brunswick? More than 25 varieties of plants will be blooming in April. Check out their calendar for an upcoming Garden Walk or visit for the Friday Farmers Market starting in May. Or, combine a trip to the Gardens with Rutgers Day on April 26, when all of Rutgers University is open to the public with programs and demonstrations. But go anytime – the Rutgers Gardens has no admission fee and open 365 days a year!
Picnic and Greet the Animals in Merrill Park
With three playgrounds and fields or courts for 6 sports, Merrill Park is full of fun without even mentioning its main attraction, The Animal Haven! Peacocks, pigs, goats, roosters, chickens, ducks and even a horse are out and about, just steps from some fun playgrounds. Pack a lunch and see it all!
Strap on some skates at the Roosevelt Park Outdoor Roller Rink!
We all know we can skate at an indoor roller rink, but it’s spring so let’s get outside! Head to Edison’s Roosevelt Park and for $3/person, enjoy fresh air roller skating. Their season starts April 25 and is closed if the rink is wet, so call ahead: 732-745-4484.
We hope you’ve enjoyed these great ways to spend a spring day in Middlesex County.
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