Knight Park is more than 60 acres of public park given to the Trustees of Knight Park in 1893 by the family of Edward C. Knight. Collingswood public schools, the Little League, soccer and other sports use the park. The Borough also uses the park for many of its recreational activities. Any group desiring to use the park should apply for the necessary permit at least one month before your event. Permit information can be found here.
For more information on Knight Park, visit the Knight Park page.
To purchase a memorial tree to be planted in Knight Park, click here.
Cooper River Park
Cooper River Park (346.55 acres) runs through Collingswood, Pennsauken, Cherry Hill and Haddon Township. The park is bounded by North and South Park Drives, Route 130 and Grove Street. It is maintained by the Camden County Department of Parks & Recreation. The Collingswood side of the river offers a more scenic view and relaxing activities. The park includes athletic fields, bike paths, payground, boat launches, picnic areas and more. Cooper River Park is managed and maintained by Camden County.
Newton Lake Park
Newton Lake Park (103.39 acres) runs through Collingswood, Oaklyn and Haddon Township and is bounded by Cuthbert Boulevard and the White Horse Pike. It is well maintained by the Camden County Parks and Recreation Department. The park includes bike paths, playgrounds, boat ramp, picnic areas and more. Newton Lake Park is managed and maintained by Camden County.