Phillips Preserve

Phillips Preserve

40.382121, -74.351349

A large open space preserve combining wetlands and highlands; it includes a segment of the Spotswood Outlier of the New Jersey Pine Barrens

Phillips Preserve

At over 1,700 acres, the John A. Phillips Open Space Preserve is the largest contiguous parkland in Middlesex County's park system. Phillips Preserve includes 1,051 acres of wetlands and 677 acres of uplands, incorporating heavily forested areas.  Several stream corridors run through the area, including the Iresick Brook and a tributary of the Barclay Brook. Both of...

Park Acreage:

1728.00 acres

Municipality:

Old Bridge

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Middlesex County, Department of Parks and Recreation

Phone:

(732) 745-3995

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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