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  • Brookdale Park Conservancy Brookdale Park Conservancy

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Mission Statement

Our Mission

PRESERVE the 121-acre Brookdale park by maintaining and improving its trails, infrastructure, ecology 
and landscaping so that it respects the original Olmsted design, and so that this unique Essex County resource can continue to provide natural beauty and lasting value to the residents of northern New Jersey.

PROMOTE the wise use of the park and environmental awareness through activities, educational programs and public service efforts.

MAINTAIN moderate and balanced use of the park for community, 
family, charity, recreational, sports and other appropriate activities.

PARTNER with the Essex County park system, community groups and allied organizations in support of the above objectives.

Description

Brookdale Park, designed by the renowned Olmsted Brothers firm, which also created New York's Central Park, is one of Essex County's largest parks. With 78 acres in Bloomfield and 43 acres in Montclair, Brookdale is a serene oasis in an otherwise densely populated area.

A rose garden featuring more than 100 species of roses, trails for walking and running, lush groves and extensive lawns, playgrounds, sports fields, track facilities, tennis courts, an archery range and stadium grandstand are some of the attractions that make Brookdale Park a magnet for nature lovers, families, and physical fitness enthusiasts for miles around.

Website

http://www.brookdaleparkconservancy.org

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