Poricy Park Conservancy has been preserving 250 acres of open space, wildlife and their habitats, prehistoric fossil beds, and the Historic Murray Farmhouse since 1970.
Located at 345 Oak Hill Road, Middletown, NJ 07748, Poricy Park is a regional resource, serving residents throughout New Jersey and the tri-state area. It is a center for environmental and cultural education, enhancing the community's enjoyment and appreciation of nature and local history.
Poricy Park Conservancy is a non-profit organization, it depends primarily on memberships and donations to secure the educational, historical and natural resources at the Park for this, and future generations.
The Mission of Poricy Park Conservancy is to preserve and enrich the park as a nature preserve and to educate the community about its historic and recreational resources.
The Vision is that the Community will promote appreciation for conservation, education and recreation at this facility. As a major decision during the restructuring of the Poricy Park Conservancy we have turned over the administration of the Park’s educational programming of the schools, scouts and summer camps to the Township Recreation Department which oversees 64 parks and programming for nearly 67,000 residents.
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