Wildlife Preserves Inc. manages its properties as Ecological Preserves. Its Preserves are open to the public daily from sunrise to sunset, for passive recreation, with posted prohibitions. There are no restroom facilities, garbage cans, marked trails, benches, water fountains, etc.. The Preserves are to remain in their natural and primitive state, with little to no human intervention, and allow for natural processes to occur undisturbed. Although all areas of the Preserve are open to the public, it is not always accessible due to natural conditions (i.e.- flash-flooding, thick vegetation, standing water, etc.).


Due to the terrain and the limited disturbance management policy, there are not many parking areas in our Preserves. Visitors can park on any of the cul-de-sacs around the perimeter of the Preserve. They may also park along any public street that permits road-side parking. If parking at a cul-de-sac or along a street, please be mindful of neighbors and traffic, and do not block any gates or access roads. Please see the Preserve map for the locations of parking areas and read the descriptions below that correspond to each area.

West Entrance (Main Entrance): 325 Troy Meadow Road, Parsippany, NJ: Parking available along the northside of Troy Meadow Road and walk the gravel road into the center of the Preserve.

North Entrance: 155 South Beverwyck Road, Parsippany, NJ. Parking is available at the Cameron Dog Park located just south of Route 80 and west of South Beverwyck Road.

East Entrance: There is a service road that runs along the south side of Route 280, south of Route 80 and west of New Road in Parsippany. The Service Road is accessible from New Road after passing the Route 280 east entrance ramp, on the right-hand side. There is a small unpaved parking area, on the east side of the service road, less than a 1,000-feet in.

South Entrance: 1221 South Beverwyck Road, Parsippany, NJ: Large parking area with a trail head kiosk for the Patriots Path.