John A. Roebling Memorial Park is a 257 acre natural park in an urban setting that has a fresh water marsh connected to the tidal portion of the Delaware River and a spring-fed lake, appropriate named Spring Lake. The park is located within the Trenton-Hamilton Marsh.
There are picnic tables and benches at the Spring Lake side of the park and a family picnic area at the marsh side of the park known as Watson's Woods.
Connected to over 8 miles of walking trails and 11 miles of water trails.
At the Watson's Woods end of the facility is the Watson House, The house is on the National Historic Register and is the State Headquarters for the Daughters of the American Revolution. The interior of the house is furnished as Mr. Watson and his family may have lived over 300 years ago with a colonial kitchen and living area as well as antiquities that the Watson's brought with them from England.