Bellmawr Recreation Center
The facility is located at Creek Road and Bell Road and includes the Scott Merulla Playground, a half-mile walking track, a football field, softball field, 2 baseball fields, a volleyball court, a tennis court and a newly renovated basketball court.
Bellmawr War Memorial
Located on Creek Road across from Larc School. A wonderful tribute to the men and women of Bellmawr who so faithfully served in all branches of our armed forces. The War Memorial is back dropped by the Big Timer Creek and provides benches and two gazebos for people to sit and appreciate this area of dedication and reflection. The cement walkway leading to the memorial incorporates engraved bricks with names of the veterans of Bellmawr.
Charles J. Sauter, Jr. Memorial Park and Walkway
This park is dedicated to the late Charles “Charlie” Sauter who proudly served on council for 7 years and served for 11 years on the School Board prior to serving on council. Charlie was nominated to run for Mayor in 1994 but sadly and suddenly passed away in April of 1994. The park personifies Charlies spirit and love for Bellmawr having three separate play gyms with swings, slides, and tubes for the children to play and exercise. A third of a mile walkway surrounds the park located on Park Drive.
Kennedy Blvd Playground
All four of these parks are neighborhood playgrounds with swings and slides and various other play equipment for children to enjoy. The Sixth Avenue playground is surrounded by an eighth of a mile walking track.
Sixth Avenue Playground
Located at the end of Sixth Avenue
Braisington Avenue Playground
Located On Braisington Avenue and Wilson Avenue
Roberts Avenue Playground
Located in the 200 block of Roberts Avenue
Joseph N. Petruzzi Memorial Dog Park
This park is named for the late Mayor Joseph N. Petruzzi who served as the Mayor of Bellmawr for 20 years. Mayor Petruzzi was known as a straight forward man who always acted with the best interest of the borough in mind. The park is where the former Campanel Pool was located on Lake Drive.
Florence Korostynski Memorial Dog Park
This park is located at Bergen Avenue and Market Street and is named for the late Mrs. Florence Korostynski who served the residents of Bellmawr in the tax assessors office and volunteered her time in many capacities on several committees. The annual 4th of July Baby Parade was created by Florence and was her most adoring commitment.