NOTICE: In light of the current situation with COVID-19, the Township of Robbinsville has decided to take some procedures to keep our community safe and healthy,
As of today (3/16/2020 - 1 p.m.) all outdoor parks are still open to the public. For safety precautions in accordance to the Governor's recommendations, we are not allowing the public to use ANY of our indoor facilities until further notice from our Mayor and Administration.
REMEMBER TO ALWAYS CHECK FOR CHANGING RULES: www.nj.gov. We will continue to monitor the situation and reach out to anyone in particular with any updates received in the following days. Should you have any questions or concerns, please send them to email@example.com and we will do our best to provide you with answers and updates. Stay safe!
- Park Hours: 7a.m. - 10p.m.
- Pets must be leashed and are not permitted on athletic fields. Please respect others and clean up after your pet.
- Parking in designated areas only.
- No golfing.
- Alcohol and illegal sunstances are prohibited.
- Group picnics/outings and the use of athletic fields are by permit only.
Picnics and group outings can be reserved by permit at certain parks and recreation areas. To apply for a permit, please call (609) 259-3600 ext. 1132.
The Robbins House at Hillcrest Farm
The historic Robbins family farmhouse is situated on 23 acres of preserved open space and is one of the few surviving brick farmhouses in Mercer County. It is located at 245 Windsor Road in Windsor. The house dates back to the early 19th century. The Robbins can trace the land back to the 1700s when the King of England indentured about 120 acres, then called the Milford Tract, to Moses Robins (as the name was then spelled). The land was purchased in 1818 by David Robbins and it is believed that he built the house.
The property has passed through five generations within the Robbins family, the namesake of Robbinsville. In 1850, David Robbins passed the land on to his son, Elisha, who handed it down to his son, Milnor, in 1900. Dr. Lester Robbins obtained the land in 1945. Washington Township purchased the house and approximately 23 acres from the Robbins Family in July, 2001. Additional funds to purchase the property came from the Green Acres program and Mercer County. The Delaware and Raritan Greenway also was instrumental in helping the township with the transaction.
The Robbins House can be found under listing #4970 on the NJ DEP Office Registry of Historic Places.
* NOTE: THE ROBBINS HOUSE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR PARTY RENTALS
Robbinsville Community Park
Located on West Manor Way & Gordon Road, this park features a playground, walking/jogging paths, soccer fields, lacrosse fields and is home to the Robbinsville Soccer Association and Robbinsville Lacrosse Association.
Located adjacent to the police station at 1117 Route 130, this recreation area includes two lighted basketball courts, two lighted sand volleyball courts, and a skate park. New features to this area include two Bocce courts adjacent to the Senior Center.
Our newest 28-acre park includes three athletic fields and is home to the Robbinsville PAL football program and the Robbinsville Lacrosse Association.
The skate park is unsupervised and is for the use of skateboarders and in-line skaters only. Skaters assume all risk associated with their activity of choice. The Skate Park is closed when conditions are wet, icy or snow covered. Robbinsville Township Police or Recreation officials shall determine what conditions are safe and closing times. See The Skate Park Rules and Regulations.
Town Center includes an array of passive recreation areas and neighborhood parks, including a dog park, two lakes for fishing, a bandstand, and three playgrounds. The bandstand is available for rental.