overall health and well-being, enhancing communication skills, constructive use of leisure time, and the reduction of stress and anxiety.
Further information regarding the Therapeutic Recreation program can be obtained by contacting Somerset County’s Therapeutic Recreation office at (908) 526-5650 or online at .
Youth Tennis Lessons are offered at the Greenwood Meadows Tennis Courts at various times throughout the year. Lessons are taught by local tennis enthusiast Mr. Steve Levin.
In conjunction with “Make You Wanna Dance,” the Recreation Commission offers a number of dance socials throughout the year at Warren Middle School. The socials include brief instruction of various dances including salsa, rumba, and tango.
The Recreation Commission provides various community bus trips throughout the year including trips to ski areas, sports arenas, and performing arts centers.
Other Facilities and Recreational Opportunities
Located on Warrenville Road, Warrenbrook Park is a facility operated by the Somerset County Park Commission. The public facility includes an 18-hole golf course, pro shop and clubhouse, swimming pools for adults and children, cross- country skiing, and is the location for the Somerset County Multipurpose Senior Center. This center is run by member contributions and voluntary direction through the Somerset County Office on Aging and offers programs and hot lunches all week. Programs include trips, theatrical groups, dancercise, arts and crafts, shopping trips, yoga, bingo, oil painting and holiday parties. For further information, please contact (908) 754-8400.
Middle School – includes three (3) soccer fields, two (2) ball fields, two (2) gymnasiums, and a multi-purpose room.
Woodland School – includes two (2) ball fields and one (1) gymnasium
Central School – includes two (2) ball fields, one (1) soccer field, one (1) gymnasium, three outdoor basketball hoops, and an outdoor cement backboard
ALT School – includes three (3) soccer fields, one (1) ball field, and one (1) gymnasium