Monday - Friday
8:30 - 2:00

(973) 948-3520

133 Route 645
Sandyston, NJ  07826


Recreation Information

Jennifer Lubeck, President

Beth Greene, Treasurer

Victoria Browne, Secretary

Website:  Sandyston Recreation

Mailing Address: 133 Route 645, Sandyston, NJ07826

Meetings:  4th Monday of each month unless otherwise noted


Please consider joining Sandyston Recreation on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 pm (unless otherwise noted) at the Sandyston Township Municipal Building.

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Our Mission

Sandyston Township Recreation Committee are a group of dedicated volunteers that work hard to provide opportunitis for athletics and family activities for the residents of Sandyston.  We are always in need of donations and volunteers to help with our progams and costs.

What do we do?

  • Used Book Sale Fundraiser
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Town Wide Garage Sales (May)
  • Sandyston Day (June)
  • Community Dinners
  • Gobble Hobble 5K Fundraiser (Nov)
  • Trunk or Treat (Oct)
  • Santa Breakfast (Dec)
  • Deck the Homes (Home Decorating Contest) (Dec)

Used Book Sale Fundraiser Information


Sandyston Township Recreation hosts the Used Book Sale Fundraiser several times a year and is always in need of good quality current books in good condition.  If you are looking to donate books to Sandyston Township Recreation please follow the following guidelines:

  • Please contact Sandyston Recreation and advise them that you wish to donate books and the type of books you have to donate.  You may contact them via email at
  • Please do not drop off books at the municipal building without first checking with Sandyston Recreation.  We appreciate your donations, but volunteers are limited and we do not always have people to bring in donations and put them away,  Always contact Sandyston Recreation first.
  • January 12 - 14, 2024 will be the next date for the Used Book Sale.  Please check our website, calendar and Facebook page for updated information dates for drop off and books accepted.

Brick Fundraiser

We have a beautiful walking path and now would love to add unique and personalized bricks to enhance our path!
So many options for you to consider and participate to leave a lasting memory for your family or of a loved one:
  • Your family name;
  • In memory or in honor of your family who lives in Sandyston or once lived in Sandyston;
  • In memory of a loved one;
  • In honor or memory of family, friends, neighbors or pets;
  • In honor or memory of teacher, former teacher, coach, mentor, etc;
  • In honor or memory of community leaders (municipal, county, state)
  • In honor of service of friend or family (military, fire, ems, police, etc);
  • Your Business!
If you have already ordered a brick - We have your order; however, you are welcome to contact to confirm.
We are looking toward to 2024 for install the bricks! So get your order in!!!

Upcoming Events

Soccer Field Directions

soccer clip art

Andover Borough Andover Boro Field        Parking lot @ top of hill, field down below

Ogdensburg Bridge Street Field

Andover  Bodhi Monastery

Sussex Clifton E. Lawrence School

Byram/Lenape C.O. Johnson Park

Green Evergreen Park

Frankford Frankford Park

Andover  Goodale Field

Hampton Hampton Pit

Lafayette Lafayette School

Fredon  Lodestar Park

Hampton McKeown School

Newton Memory Park

Lenape Mohawk Ridge Field

Ogdensburg Plant Street Field  (a/k/a Bridge St. Field)

Newton Park and Ride

Newton Pine Street Park

Stillwater Volunteer Field

High Point Woodbourne Field


Beautiful Playground


In 2018, Tracey and Steve Woodhead donated the beautiful playground which is situated in the rear of the municipal property.  We are very thankful and appreciative of this generous gift and hope everyone enjoys this wonderful contribution to our community.

In March of 2022, Sandyston Recreation was able to purchase an additional swing for older children thanks to public support received from fundraising activities!  

Walking Path

Our beautiful walking path, installed behind the municipal building,made possible by a grant received by the State of New Jersey. “The Local Recreation Improvement Grant” awarded $70,000 to Sandyston in January 2022. The idea for the walking path was through thoughtful planning of Sandyston Recreation and Sandyston Township and the hard work of Matt Morris of Harold E. Pellow & Associates. The lowest bidder for construction of the walking path, .29 of a mile in length, was Salmon Brothers in the amount of $72,155 who finished the project in the middle of August.
Other towns who received grants: Andover Borough $20,000; Byram Township $75,000; Franklin Borough $70,000; Hamburg Borough $50,000; Lafayette Township $35,000; Newton Town $30,000; Ogdensburg Borough $75,000; Stillwater Township $30,000; Sussex Borough $50,000.
Though your support of our fundraisers, Sandyston Recreation has paid for the engineering associated with this project.