Spring Lake's Recreation Department strives to enhances the quality of life for the members of our community through diverse, year-round leisure opportunities. The department helps develop and maintain quality parks and facilities, to preserve open/natural spaces, and to provide recreational programming intended to enhance the physical, social and emotional well-being of our residents. Our objective is to offer safe, fun, and memorable recreational experiences.
732-449-0800 ext. 602.
pdf ARTS & CRAFTS HOUR: (358 KB) Offering weekly arts and crafts hours for children ages 5-10, held Wednesdays from 4:00-5:15 pm at the Spring Lake Recreation Station (Spring Lake Train Station). Each class will have a different project so you can sign up for one class or multiple classes.
pdf WINTER PLATFORM TENNIS: (318 KB) Offering multiple youth and adult platform tennis programs this winter. These instructional clinics are under the direction of tennis professional, Stacie Stephens. This program is designed to help players learn the fundamentals of the sport, get them ready for organized play, and have fun!
***The Borough of Spring Lake would like to introduce several changes to our platform, pickle and tennis procedures. First and foremost we are so excited that all our courts are seeing an increase in usage and look forward to continually improving our facilities to meet the growing demand for outdoor sports.
Effective today (12/30) all courts can be booked 3 days in advance. Courts can only be booked on the hour. Each person can only book a two hour maximum daily. Registration for permits can be found on the borough website (www.springlakeboro.org), click on the Community Pass Link. An account is needed to access the site. Sign into your account, go to the last entry on the drop down menu titled TENNIS, PICKLEBALL AND PADDLE COURT RESERVATIONS, click on continue, select which facility permit (pickle, tennis, paddle) select facility (court), date, day of week/time and attendees. Complete payment.***
PLATFORM COURT PERMITS: Reservations for playing time may be made up to three days in advance by accessing the online reservation system at: Community Pass. Click here for registration instructions. Reserved playing time will be assigned on the hour and will be issued on a first come, first serve basis for a maximum of two (2) hours. Cost for usage is $8.00 per hour, per court. Courts are open 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. HEATERS ARE TO BE USED ONLY FOR LIGHT SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL. THEY ARE NOT DESIGNATED AS "FOOT WARMERS" **Permit holders may pick up the key for the court from the Spring Lake Police Station located at 311 Washington Avenue. **
TENNIS PERMITS: Spring Lake Recreation now offers online reservations and payment in partnership with Community Pass. Before you register for the first time, you will be asked to set up a family account that you will use for all reservations. Once you have done this, you can select the date, time, and court to complete the online reservation. You can pay by credit card or e-check. Cost for usage is $4.00 per hour, per court.
PICKLE BALL PERMITS: Spring Lake Recreation now offers online reservations and payment in partnership with Community Pass. Before you register for the first time, you will be asked to set up a family account that you will use for all reservations. Once you have done this, you can select the date, time, and court to complete the online reservation. You can pay by credit card or e-check. Cost for usage is $4.00 per hour, per court. (Court #1, South and Court #2, North)