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Captain William A. Fitzgerald U.S.N. Recreation and Conservation Area


  1. Flowers(Wild and/or Native)
  2. Pond
  3. Trails
  4. Wooded Area
Description: This is a 66-acre park in East Brunswick conveyed to the Town of Brunswick from the US Navy.  This parcel is currently undeveloped; long term plans include the development of 2 multi- use athletic fields, playground, concession/restroom building, parking area and trail improvements. The developed portion of the site will not exceed 15 acres in size.

The park is managed to preserve a S1 Critically Imperiled Little Bluestem-Blueberry Sandplain Grassland community.

The area is currently available for walking and hiking on existing paths. The Town Council accepted the management plan for the property on 4/6/15; rules and regulations for use of the property will be forthcoming as part of a parks and recreation areas ordinance update.

Location: This park is located at the end of Lindbergh Crossing, accessed from Old Bath Road.  Lindbergh Crossing is 1.4 miles from the intersection of Bath Road and Old Bath Road.

Hours of operation: Dawn to dusk.

Primary uses: Hiking, dog walking, bird watching, cross country skiing, snowshoeing.

Amenities available:
Trails --- approximately 1.1 mile worn dirt perimeter pathway and ¾ miles of interior worn pathways
There is currently only street side parking available at this site

Dog must be leashed at all times
No motorized vehicles permitted

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