Pickell Park – Hunterdon County Parks & Playgrounds

Posted on: June 26th, 2014 by

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Pickell Park- Hunterdon County Parks & Playgrounds

 

3 Reasons my Family Loves Pickell Park 

 

  • A small playground but has a variety of equipment. My children love playing on the giant triceratops. They pretend it is moving and they have to hold on.

 

  • Perfect park on a hot and sunny day because of the wonderful shade. My kids can spend hours on the swings trying to capture that breeze. I also enjoy taking the stroller out and going for a little walk.

 

  • We love the hills and grassy fields. It may be a small playground but it has lots of room for the kids to roam and explore. My kids love exploring athletic fields and courts. The tennis court was a huge hit for my little ones.

 

Pickell Park

Pickell Park

 

Pickell Park

Pickell Park

 What Pickell Park offers                                                  

  • Multiple Slides
  • Monkey Bars
  • Swings
  • Bucket Swings
  • Imaginative features, such as a dinosaur, truck, etc.
  • Tunnels
  • Swings for handicap children
  • Softball Field
  • Tennis Court
  • Basketball Court
  • Restrooms
  • Gazebo & Picnic Area
  • Water Fountains
  • Walking Trail

 

 

The Pickell Park is located at Mountain Road in Whitehouse Station in Hunterdon County. Park is open from dawn to dusk. 

 

Pickell Park

Pickell Park

 

Want to find more fun places to play in New Jersey? Visit our New Jersey Parks & Playground listing.

 

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2 thoughts on “Pickell Park – Hunterdon County Parks & Playgrounds

  1. Joyce Ingram Neufell says:

    Hello, is there a WWII memorial placque at this park for Frank Ingram? He was my uncle who lived with my grandparents in Whitehouse Station, NJ and died aboard the USS Juneau in the south pacific along with another young man from Whitehouse Station, James Brown. I remember driving to a park with my family to see the stone memorial and belive it was this park. It was right off of Rt. 22.

    • Jennifer A. says:

      Joyce, we don’t have that information. You could contact the Hunterdon County Parks & Recreation department to see if they can answer your question. – Jenn

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