Recreation and Parks
What we do
The Colts Neck Township Recreation and Parks Department is committed to providing diverse, year-round activities to enhance the quality of life for the members of our community. With this in mind, we strive to develop and maintain state-of-the-art sports and recreation facilities, beautifully maintained parks and open spaces, and recreational programming that will enhance the physical, social, and emotional well-being of our residents while offering safe, fun, memorable recreational experiences.
Colts Neck Township Employment application
All permit requests for Buildings and Grounds are to be submitted via email to [email protected]
TO REGISTER FOR ALL RECREATION ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMS.
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2023 Spring fitness classes
Debbi’s May & June classes
Colts Neck Community Band
Colts Neck Recreation is pleased to sponsor and announce the 2023 Colts Neck Community Band’s upcoming 21st season’s full winter and spring concert schedule.
Mark your calendar for the Colts Neck Community Band Winter Concert at Colts Neck High School, 59 Five Points Road in Colts Neck, on Thursday, February 16, 2023, at 7:30 pm.
The concert will feature a variety of styles offering something for everyone!
Looking ahead to the spring, please reserve Thursday, May 11 for the Colts Neck Community Band’s Spring concert at the Colts Neck High School and Friday, June 2 for a concert in the Activity Barn at Thompson Park in Lincroft.
The Colts Neck Community Band has been hailed as one of the finest concert bands in the State of New Jersey. For more information, please visit their website at https://coltsneckband.org/.
The Colts Neck Recreation Department is pleased to share with you the phenomenal achievements of the Colts Neck High School Athletes during the 2020 – 2021 Sports Season, click here for more information.
With the Colts Neck Community Band presently on hiatus as the result of COVID19, we are pleased to share an inspiring musical piece by Aaron Copland, “Fanfare for the Common Man”, played over the years as a rallying call, to unite and honor, during difficult times. Participating in this ensemble of sixty-two musicians from around the world is one of our conductors of the Colts Neck Community Band, Eric Robertshaw and members Joe Walter and Geoff Grice.
BIG BROOK FOSSIL PRESERVE:
2023 Big Brook Rules and Policies
Before groups (15 persons and above) looking for fossils at the Big Brook Fossil Preserve, please be sure to contact the Recreation Department 732-780-6666 and obtain a permit.
All fossil hunts must be in compliance with Township Municipal Code, Chapter 177, Subsections 43-46: Chapter 177 Big Brook PreserveGallery Contact Us