Victory Park ~ Monmouth County Parks & Playgrounds

Posted on: May 7th, 2015 by


Victory Park – Monmouth County, NJ – Parks & Playgrounds


We visit lots of parks and playgrounds, especially in the warmer months, and we certainly have our favorite spots. But after a recent visit to Victory Park in Rumson, there may be a new reigning champion for our family. Victory Park is definitely one for the books – a huge playground, a bocce ball court, basketball courts, tons of shady grassy areas for picnicking, and indoor restrooms, all are located on a scenic waterfront lot overlooking the Navesink River.


What more could you ask for?

Victory Park is definitely a park where you can spend the entire day and both children and adults will have a blast the entire time.


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The playground at Victory Park has areas for children of all ages.


Victory Park’s playground area is large and well spaced, which is great for days when it’s crowded because there is still plenty of room for everyone to play. Located right next to the playground is a huge rubber basketball court and the indoor restrooms, followed by my personal favorite, a bocce ball court. (Bring your own bocce balls!) Throughout the park are multiple benches and shady areas where parents can sit and watch their kids play, as well as a large covered gazebo. The only downside for this park is that it’s not actually fenced in. If you have little ones, you’ll have to keep a close eye on them near the water side of the park.


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Shaded benches overlook the waterfront playground at Victory Park.


What Victory Park Offers

  • Swings – baby, regular, disc-shaped, and handicap-accessible
  • Slides
  • Monkey bars
  • Tunnels
  • Playhouses
  • Activity centers
  • Benches
  • Gazebo
  • Indoor restrooms
  • Basketball court
  • Bocce ball court
  • Tennis courts


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The basketball court and indoor restrooms are an added bonus to the great playground.


Victory Park is located at Lafayette Street off of River Road in Rumson, NJ, 07760 in Monmouth County. The park hours are dawn to dusk, 365 days a year.


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


In full disclosure, this is not a sponsored post.

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