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Marquand Park, Princeton

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Marquand Park is a 17-acre (69,000 m2) arboretum and recreational area located in Princeton, New Jersey. It contains walking paths, a baseball field, and attractions for children such as a sandbox and a play structure.

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Marquand Park reviews

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TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
26 reviews
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4.9
TripAdvisor
  • Marquand is a very well kept, pretty small park. Main attraction seems to be the sandbox for young children. There are a few picnic tables and a path for walking. There are benches but none in... 
    Marquand is a very well kept, pretty small park. Main attraction seems to be the sandbox for young children. There are a few picnic tables and a path for walking. There are benches but none in...  more »
  • A fabulous place to see Autumn trees..so close to town yet feels miles away! Stunningly maintained! Beautiful trails. Also a delightful play area for kids with so many great toys left for the... 
    A fabulous place to see Autumn trees..so close to town yet feels miles away! Stunningly maintained! Beautiful trails. Also a delightful play area for kids with so many great toys left for the...  more »
  • Marquand Park is a hidden gem in Princeton, NJ. It is spacious and has many exotic trees among big lawns and lovely walks. There is a new children's park area with play equipment and a sandbox. The... 
    Marquand Park is a hidden gem in Princeton, NJ. It is spacious and has many exotic trees among big lawns and lovely walks. There is a new children's park area with play equipment and a sandbox. The...  more »
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  • Small but nice park. Liked the kids section with lots of toys and sand pit.
  • If you’re looking for a proper playground with slides and opportunities to climb, you’ll be a little underwhelmed but this is great for kids to play in the giant sandbox that has lots of toys. Good place also for parents to meet other parents. Gorgeous trees to collect different kinds of leaves in the fall.
  • I've driven past this park hundreds of times and had never stopped in. I finally visited with my family and it is a great park with lots of fun for children. The sand pit is the best around and the community toys are a nice plus. The picnic tables are conveniently placed.
  • A beautiful park, free to visit. I love it here. With the playground, the sport fields, free areas and shady trees, this place gives you plenty of options to enjoy nature. Sit on a bank and read, picnic with your family or friends, party with your children, grandchildren. The paths are paved, the park is stroller and wheelchair friendly.
  • Our family loves this park. The kids love the large sandbox with toys - they seem to switch them out or people donate new ones now and then. The short walking path is lovely - many interesting trees and plants along the way. There are picnic tables, swings, a baseball field and a play structure. The only negatives are that there is no proper bathroom, just a porta-potty in the parking lot and the parking lot can fill up quickly as it’s quite small, otherwise a wonderful park!

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