- Our list of the best things to do in Parsippany, New Jersey, features the top 543 nearby activities — including 183 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Situated along Loantaka Brook, Loantaka Park features over eight miles of trails suitable for walking, biking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing. The park provides lake access, fitness stations, picnic areas, a playground and restroom facilities.
Over 744 acres in 4 different sections make up Loantaka Brook Reservation. The park features athletic fields, fitness stations and picnic areas with more than 8 miles of trails for biking, hiking, cross country skiing and horseback riding.
Part of the AMC theater chain, AMC Loews Wayne 14 is a fourteen-theater movie multiplex that shows primarily select first-run Hollywood movies. The theater features digital video and sound, and offers a variety of concessions.
Hosting a variety of leagues and tournaments, Turf-City Indoor Sports Center has an indoor soccer field for guests to utilize. The facility also offers soccer training programs for beginner to advanced levels.
Located at the Orange Reservoir, Paddle Boating & Picnic Pavilion represents a return of the reservoir to public use. Visitors can rent paddle boats, or host picnics or other events in the 30 by 60 foot pavilion.