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This recent addition to the Monmouth County Park System provides scenic views of Red Bank and the Navesink and Swimming Rivers. A public boat ramp provides access to the river March 1 to November 30 for fishing, crabbing, wildlife observation, or touring the picturesque marshes and coves of this extensive watershed.
Come stand up paddle or kayak the rivers off the little gem of a town of Red Bank. You can paddle the Marshes through Middletown or along the scenic city life of Red Bank.
Come do stand up yoga, rent a boar or kayak, or get a lesson and enjot the city life from the peaceful tranquil waters surrounding Red Bank.....
On-Site parking available right by the boat launch area
Stand Up Paddle Board rentals
Stand Up Paddle Board lessons
Stand Up Paddle Yoga
Take your yoga practice to the water. This program is for all levels of both paddling and yoga
This guided tour will hive you the best sunset along the trendy Red Bank waterfront
Learn with a certified and experienced instructor to help give you the safest and most enjoyable time on the water...
Paddle at your own leisure in one of our single or double kayaks
Paddle at your own leisure with our stand up paddle boards. A quick lesson is given before excursion
Garden State Parkway to Exit 109. Southbound, turn left onto Newman Springs Rd. at the traffic light. Stay in right lane for approximately 1,000 feet, then bear right (after overpass) onto jughandle for Half Mile Rd. Northbound, go straight at the traffic light onto Half Mile Rd. On Half Mile Rd. proceed 0.5 miles to the end, turn right onto West Front St. Park entrance is about 1 mile ahead on the right (before the bridge).
State Hwy. 35 northbound into Red Bank, turn left onto West Front St. Proceed about 1 mile, cross the bridge, park entrance is on your left. Traveling south, turn right onto Navesink River Rd. just before the bridge into Red Bank. Travel 0.7 miles, turn left onto Hubbard Ave. Travel another 0.5 miles, turn right onto West Front St. Park entrance is immediately on your left.