Allamuchy Mountain State Park (Directions)
Parts of Allamuchy Mountain State Park are located in our township.
Brookwood Park (Directions)
Brookwood Park is a 4 acre parcel located behind the Brookwood Estates Property Owners well head on Brookwood Road. A short trail showcasing a large boulder field created through glacier activity and a variety of mature trees is currently being marked leading to Lubbers Run. Fishing is available in Lubbers Run from the access point.
C.O. Johnson Park (Directions)
This park includes the following recreational features:
Football, Baseball, Soccer Fields, Tennis, Basketball Courts, Skateboard Park, Playground, Walking Paths, Picnic Area, C.O. Johnson Fieldhouse. Bocce balls and other picnic equipment is available by request at the Recreation office.
Mountain View Park (Directions)
Mountain View Park is a small undeveloped park located on Tomahawk Trail in Byram Township. (Right across from Tomahawk Lake)
Neil Gylling Memorial Park (Directions)
This park has two Softball Fields. A Soccer Field is also set up between the softball fields during the Fall season. There are also two Tennis Courts available for our residents. This park has a picnic area.
Riverside Park (Directions)
Girl playing on the Playground at Riverside Park
Riverside Park has the Musconetcong River running right behind it and features beautiful walking paths, fishing and canoeing. The park features a playground, picnic tables, a Gazebo and Basketball Court.
Mohawk View/Stonehedge Park (Directions)
Stonehedge Park is located on Stonehedge Lane off Lee Hill Road near the Sparta end of town. It consists of a small athletic field often used by the Township's Soccer program, Lenape Soccer. The park is also available to the local community for family softball games or other activities.
Tamarack Park consists of 206 acres running from Roseville Road directly across from C.O.Johnson Park to Jones Lane off Route 206 on the Andover side of Byram. Johnson Lake on Tamarack Road is centrally located in Tamarack Park.
Johnson Lake is open to residents for fishing and small, non-motorized boats. The launch site is on the east end of the lake.
Tamarack Trail runs the lenght of the Park beginning on Roseville Road almost directly across from the Roseville Rd parking lot at C.O. Johnson Park (look for the small diamond shaped Byram Trails marker) and runs above Johnson Lake to the Tamarack Fields located at 10 Jones Lane off Rt. 206. This trail is a moderate level and is just over 4 miles long.
Camping in the Park has been held for the past few years in the undeveloped field at 10 Jones Lane. This large open space is currently in the design and development stage to create 2 large practice fields and parking areas.