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Laurel Acres Park, Mount Laurel

(4.6/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I love to walk my dog in this park. It's a very quiet place. Lots of nature, amazing for kids too. The location is wonderful, very close to the busy roads, five minutes from my house/  more »
  • After a 1/2 day in the overcrowded indoor waterpark, I'm so glad I found this wonderful piece of nature here on Tripadvisor and took everyone's advice and brought my family there! Since it was 70 degr...  more »
  • Amazing park for kids of all ages. Clean and very large. 3 different playgrounds for kids. A nice walking path and exercise area  more »
Google
  • Beautiful park to take your kids, dog, or yourself! Small playground area for the kids, there are two dog parks near the back by the baseball fields. There is also a cool climbing hill which lets you look out over the entire park. Several nature trails as well and a pond. Excellent to walk around in the evening or morning weekdays. Gets incredibly crowded on the weekend and in the summer.
  • Nice park to go for a nice walk or run. There is a paved path around the lake in the middle, and it goes all the way to the back of the park as well. There is also a small area for small dogs, and another small area for large dogs to play along the woods as well in a fenced in open area. It is also very easy to get to, having two entrances. There are a few picnic tables, a small playground, a few baseball/softball fields and plenty of open space as well to relax and enjoy the park.
  • Large, relaxing, diverse park in a growing metropolis of confusion. Take the family here, or go on a lunch break and you will not be disappointed. The park offers places to walk, relax, picnic, play with the kids, or just get away and clear your head. It is great year-round, always clean, well maintained, and comforting to visit.
  • Beautiful place to relax, play or just walk the trail. Baseball fields in the back with a Veterans Memorial by the lake.
  • Quite a large park with a big lake surrounded by a path that people use for walking, running, teaching kids to ride bikes, etc. A few playgrounds, trail through undeveloped portion, a rent-able pavilion, grills, bathrooms, snack machine, small fenced in dog parks (one for small dogs and one for larger dogs), lots of open field area, big sledding hill in the middle. The lake allows fishing and is full of the standards-- ducks, toads, fish, turtles, dragonflies. A blue heron visits frequently. Last fall I saw a pair of bald eagles visiting. The other side of the park has a bunch of baseball fields for little league. These are pretty nice facilities for little league. They provide shade for fans and most have seperate dugout areas and bullpens. They are kept locked when not in use. The only thing I dislike are the signs at the playground equipment because they include dumb rules (no running? If not at the park then where?)