Woodwild Park, Metuchen, NJ

Woodwild Park is a four-acre park in Metuchen, New Jersey located between Middlesex Avenue, Oak Avenue, and East Chestnut Avenue.

The park is managed by the Woodwild Park Association for passive recreation. Many species of birds, plants, fungi, and small animals can be observed throughout the year. The main entrance of the park is at the stone pillars on Middlesex Avenue between Oak Avenue and Grove Avenue.

Please consider becoming a member of the Woodwild Park Association. All donations are tax-deductible. Click the "Join Us" link for more information.

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A wet summer means lots of opportunity to see mushrooms and other fungi in the park. All of the pictures below were taken August 19, 2017. For even more pictures, go to our Fungi page.

Look but don't touch. Let others enjoy the park too.

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