SJ Playgrounds Your Kids Will Love

Make your weekend a walk in the park at these awesome South Jersey playgrounds we know your kids will love.

Burlington County

burlington county nj playgroundsImagination Kingdom Playground
555 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, Pemberton

Imaginations can truly run while at this castle-styled playground. It’s the perfect place to play pretend, fight off an evil dragon or crown the next king. Kids will love exploring the crazy jungle gym or running around the athletic field. Make it a day and enjoy a picnic at the pavilion with a packed lunch.


Bob Meyer Memorial Park
burlington county nj playgrounds2 Commonwealth Drive, Medford

This wooden playground is complete with a tire swing, firefighter’s pole and swing set. Play in the sand, throw a ball on the field or enjoy a picnic. Tribal writings cover the walls inside the playground structure, and the kids can use their imagination playing inside the awesome teepees. The playground also has “all-access” features like ramps, swings and a “sway fun,” which includes two chairs connected to a platform that rocks back and forth for kids with special needs.


Wood Park
Pomona and Riverton Roads, Cinnaminson

Wood Park has six softball fields, five tennis courts, two basketball courts and a playground. Kids can play on the swing set, seesaw, roundabout or jungle gym, and the whole family can eat lunch at the picnic tables.


Frank Fullerton Park
Linden and Zelley Streets, Moorestown

Named for Moorestown Police Officer Sgt. Francis Fullerton who was killed in the line of duty in 1979, this beautiful and bustling park has plenty of places for kids to play, swing, hang and climb.


Camden County

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Knight Park
401 Knight House Park, Collingswood

The beautiful scenery at Knight Park will make your trip to the playground well worth it. With renovations completed in 2008 and 2012, the playground is modern, stimulating and completely accessible for children. The playground includes a seesaw, pretend gas dispenser and other fun equipment, and the pavilion nearby is a perfect lunch spot.

Jake’s Place
101 Bortons Mill Road, Cherry Hill

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Constructed in honor of Jake Cummings Nasto, who died at age 2 from a rare heart condition, this playground is a boundless playground, meaning it is accessible to children of all abilities. The unique structure includes a wall where kids can learn braille, a double seesaw and an awning that covers a portion of the play area.


Pyne Poynt Park
6th, 7th and Erie Streets, Camden

Along the scenic Delaware River in North Camden, the renovated Pyne Poynt Park has a little something for everyone in your family: beautiful walking trails, basketball courts, baseball fields and state-of-the-art playground equipment for kids.

Berlin Park
White Horse Pike and Park Drive, Berlin

The two playgrounds at Berlin Park offer seemingly endless fun for kids, and there’s also plenty of dirt trails and views of the Egg Harbor River to keep them occupied. Kids can also feed the many ducks that occupy the lakeshore. Benches are located on multiple sides of the playground for easy supervision.


Gloucester County

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Red Bank Battlefield Park
100 Hessian Avenue, National Park

This historical site holds two playgrounds – both located along the scenic Delaware River – for two different age groups. The intimate area is surrounded by trees so parents can relax as their kids play. Picnic areas and grills are available for families, and plaques located around the area explain the history of Red Bank Battlefield Park.

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Swedesboro Lake Park
Park Avenue, Swedesboro

Between the two playgrounds at Lake Narraticon, there are plenty of swings, slides and jungle gyms for the kids to have a blast. The playground has a beautiful view of the lake, and docks leading out to the water make exploring easy. A gazebo and grills are also available for park patrons.

Scotland Run Park
980 East Academy Street, Clayton

The largest of the county parks, Scotland Run Park has several slides, climbing walls and a set of drums. The spacious play area is big enough for any crowd, and picnic tables are located throughout the park area. Take the little ones to Wilson Lake for fishing, boating or nature observation.

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