As service providers in the Monmouth County area (we provide plumbing services in Spring Lake, New Jersey), we enjoy getting out and having fun in Spring Lake’s beautiful Divine Park.
About Divine Lake
Spring Lake, as the name suggests, is a spring-fed, half-mile-long lake that runs northwest to southeast inside Divine Park. Situated on 801 Lake Dr, Spring Lake, NJ 07762 in the United States, it is a gorgeous place that offers scenic views, native birds for bird watchers, and picturesque wooden bridges.
Divine Park opens 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is nicely landscaped and features a large, white gazebo at the far northwest end. You can also have unlimited access to several paths and bridges around the lake. Nature is one of the most dominant features in Divine Park, with trees and birds taking all the spotlight.
The trees are an important part of Divine Park because they not only beautify it but also cool the air by reflecting sunlight and filtering impurities.
Trees you can find at Divine Park include;
- Sugar Maple
- Northern Catalpa
- Pin Oak
- Horse Chestnut
- Black Locust
- White Oak
- And many more…
The bird population at Divine Park varies with each season. During the trout season, fish-eating birds like herons, cormorants, grebes, and mergansers can be seen in the park. Other birds popular at Divine Park include ring-billed gulls, great blue herons, mute swans, mallards, and house sparrows.
Divine Park features two wooden bridges that cut across Spring Lake, a tennis court, and a playground. Divine Park playground has two swingsets and playground areas for younger and older children and is the perfect place to enjoy a sunny day.
Divine Park tennis court is nestled among the trees of the park and is a spot where clubs of different age groups play their tennis game.
Points of Interest
Points of interest close to Divine Park include Spring Lake Historical Society, Spring Lake Boardwalk, Point Pleasant Inn, Spring Lake Bath & Tennis Club, Tom’s Bailey Market, Spring Lake Community House, The Hewitt Wellington, and St Catharine Roman Catholic Church.
You can grab a bite at Whispers, Spring Lake Gourmet Pizzeria and Restuarant, Bareli’s By The Sea, Arugula Spring Lake, A.M. Kitchen and The Breakers on the Ocean which are just a few minutes walk from Divine Park.
Divine Park is a frequent site for wedding pictures, and it is excellent for kayaking, walking, fishing, and picnics. For more information on Divine Park, visit Spring Lake’s official website.
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As you can see, Divine Park is about 25 minutes from our head office in Brick, New Jersey!