Elmer B. Boyd Park
Elmer B. Boyd Memorial Park is a 20-acre municipal park running along the Raritan River in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Named after a news publisher, the park was rehabilitated and reopened in 1999 at a cost of $11 million.
The park is the location for the New Brunswick Landing, a floating dock with 24 slips available for boaters.
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