21 Cortlandt Street
Edison, NJ 08837
Phone: (732) 548-7000
Fax: (732) 494-4970
21 Cortlandt Street, Edison, NJ, US, 08837
- Phone: (732) 548-7000
- Fax: (732) 494-4970
Skyline Mini-Golf opened to a grand reception in 2012. It is located in the Woodbridge Community Center in the company of a host of entertainment alternatives including an ice skating rink. The synthetic turf winding through artificial waterfalls and manicured lawns boasts a 18-hole golf course and provides panoramic views of New York City. The establishment is family-oriented and plays host to private parties and corporate events. A sanctuary away from the city hustle, this is a great place to spend a day with your family or to finalize that impending business deal.
These lanes offer bowling fun and recreation opportunities for the entire family.
Learn and brush up on your equestrian skills in Watchung Stables, New Jersey. The horse-trails in the stable are set amidst picturesque forests that you can discover on horse-back. Guided tours of the venue are undertaken during business hours.
This golf course sets the bar high. Games are challenging and refreshing on the beautifully maintained course.
Baltusrol Golf Club is one of the premier clubs for golf in this area. Established in 1895, the club boasts of many big names in golf such as Bobby Jones, Phil Mickelson etc that have played here. This prestigious golf club has been the host of 15 USGA National Championships, including the U.S. Open, U.S. Women's Open and the U.S. Amateur Open. It has two world-class courses, the Lower Course and the Upper Course. Since it is a private club it has its own rules and regulation for dress code and guests. Check website for more details.
This golf club offers two classic course that were designed by Steve Smyers, one an exclusive course for members, and the other being a fee course that is open to the public; golf instruction is also offered at the club
This ice rink offers opportunities for skating and fun for the entire family.
The Somerset Ballpark is home to the Somerset Patriots, a team in the independent Atlantic League that brings the excitement of baseball to Bridgewater and the surrounding area.
Clove Lakes Park is famous for its serpentine rock effects, lakes, ponds and woodlands. This protected site was built in the 1930s though plans were considered way back in 1897. Spread across nearly 200 acres (80.94 hectares), it has fish ponds, three lakes, trails, restrooms, the Staten Island War Memorial Skating Rink, athletic fields such as baseball, soccer and football, a basketball court, playgrounds, picnic spots. Boating opportunities are also available here. Its famous resident is the "Clove Lake Colossus", a massive, 300 years old tulip tree. Some of the fish species that you will see are the carp, pumpkinseed, brown bullhead, largemouth bass and bluegill. Bird-watchers can spot Canada geese, kingfishers, red tailed hawks and mallards. It is a dog-friendly park, so unleash your pets and let they them have a gala time.
This is a great place to go with younger children. It is a small zoo with a large variety of animals and one of the largest reptile collections around. It also has a petting zoo that young children will love. The Staten Island Zoo is cash only.
WWII Veterans War Memorial Ice Skating Rink is an outdoor ice rink in the Staten Island borough of New York. The rink provides some much needed outdoor recreation to the local community, and is one of few such rinks in the locality. Admission prices and rental rates are affordable as well, and the lack of crowds will mean that you have more space to yourself.
This recreation area offers a wide variety of skiing activities.