Metedeconk River Greenway

Freehold to Howell 
Tick Advisory   

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)


This 498-acre greenway protects water quality and wildlife habitat along the Metedeconk River, a natural border between Monmouth and Ocean Counties. This greenway helps protect and buffer floodplains from adjacent land use and development. The Park System is preserving land along the Metedeconk stream corridor in conjunction with similar efforts in the Ocean County portion of the watershed. Currently, there is no establish parking for this site.

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.