Manasquan River Greenway

106 Havens Bridge Rd, Farmingdale, NJ 07727      
51 or 53 Ketcham Rd, Farmingdale, NJ 07727        
154 West Farms Road, Farmingdale, NJ  07727     
206 Southard Ave, Farmingdale, NJ  07727      
732-462-7286 or 732-919-0996 - Ranger Stations  
Tick Advisory 
Park opens at 7 a.m. daily, year round.    
Closing time is 8 p.m. through September 30; 7:30 p.m. October 1-28; and 7 p.m. October 29-31.   

Face coverings are required in all park buildings and outdoors when social distancing
cannot be reasonably maintained. Some buildings are closed to the general public when programs are in session. 
(updated 9/8/2020)
 

Portions of the Manasquan River Greenway will be open for deer hunting during the 2020/2021 season.  Click here for a list of hunting dates and boundaries. 

 

Over 517 acres along the Manasquan River have been acquired by the Park System and are now protected in their natural state. This preserved open space provides river access for fishermen and boaters with canoes and other small watercrafts. Please be aware that navigating sections of the river may be challenging and/or require numerous portages due to natural obstructions and fluctuating water levels. 

Kayaking on the Manasquan River


River access, including fishing, is available from these locations in Howell:

Southard Avenue
Route 9 to Route 524 East. Follow approximately 6 miles to intersections with Southard Avenue. Turn right and follow Southard Avenue 2 miles. Parking lot is on right.

West Farms Road
Route 9 to Route 524 East. Follow approximately 4 miles. Turn right onto West Farms Road. Continue approximately 2 miles. Parking lot is on left.

Ketcham Road
Route 9 to Route 524 East. Follow approximately 3 miles. Turn right onto Ketcham Road. Continue 1/2 mile. Parking lot is on right.

Haven Bridge Road
Route 9 to Route 524 East. Follow approximately 2 miles. Turn right onto Haven Bridge Road. Continue 1 miles. Parking lot is on right.

In accordance with New Jersey’s recently amended Smoke Free Air Act, all Monmouth County parks are now tobacco free. The new ban applies to cigarettes, pipes, cigars, e-cigarettes, and vaporize cigarettes, as well as smokeless tobacco such as snuff and chew.


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