Gene King Park

This 30-acre park is the largest single municipal park. This park is named for Gene G. King who was a Township Attorney in the 1960’s and played a role in creating Harry Ally Memorial Park. Hiking trails in the park link the South Shore Drive, Frohlin Drive, and Papen Road neighborhoods. The trail which goes up the hill provides a challenge and contains the highest pedestrian bridge in Bridgewater. The trail along the brook connects to the Middle Brook Trail system via sidewalks on Papen Road and Wishnow Way. Parking is available at the end of Frohlin Drive.



30 Acres
34 Frohlin Drive