Tomlin Station Road
Greenwich Township, N.J.
Park is open from sunrise to sunset.
Per Governor Murphy's order, as of April 7 at 8:00 all parks will close until further notice.
Greenwich Lake Park offers a variety of aquatic-related activities. A popular fishing spot for years, Greenwich Lake is stocked with trout twice a season, by the N.J. Department of Fish and Game, and is open year-round for fishing. The 40-acre spring-fed Greenwich Lake is accessible for boating too. The boat launch is open everyday, 8am to 4pm, from opening day of trout season through October.
Nature lovers will marvel at the wide variety of plant and animal life that abound in the "wetlands" that surround the lake.
Support facilities at Greenwich Lake Park include conversation areas, picnic tables, and grills.
Click here for Fishing License Information
From Points North
I-295 South to Exit 15 "Gibbstown". Make left at top of exit ramp onto Tomlin Station Road (County Route 607). Park is 500 feet on the right
From Points South
I-295 North - follow directions above
From Points East
Route 322 West through Mullica Hill
Make a right onto Tomlin Station Road (County Route 607) shortly before entrance to the N.J. Turnpike
Travel approximately 5 miles on Tomlin Station Road (County Route 607) Cross over I-295
Park is 500 feet on the right