Trail

Bob Meyer Memorial Park

Medford, NJ
Length: Varies
Type: Loop

About This Trail

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Bob Meyer Memorial Park is a large area with different entrances walking paths and lots of sports fields. Tucked away in one corner off Gravelly Hollow Road is Fort Medford. This play area has both a new all access playground and an old fashioned wooden playground. It is awesome for young children and still exciting for preteens. There is a covered pavilion inside the playground area which is mostly fenced. There is a path that runs from behind the playground around a baseball field (the kids can climb into a “tower” for a good view of the field), through a small wooded area and back past the soccer fields to the playground again.

All Medford park bathrooms are closed but this park does have a port o potty that is generally clean.

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Trail Features

Surface type Dirt
Carrier needed No
Stroller friendly Yes
ADA accessible Yes
Water fountains No
Bathrooms No
Cell reception Excellent
Pet friendly No
Nearby convenience store No
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles
Yes

Trail highlights

Picnic Area and Playground

Fee & Parking Details

Fee : $0.00

Parking lot located at playground.

Trail Contributor

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A Washington native I have spent the last few years experiencing what New Jersey has to offer because I can’t imagine parenting indoors.

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