For more than 36 years, Poricy Park Conservancy has been preserving 250 acres of open space, wildlife and their habitats, prehistoric fossil beds, and the Historic Murray Farmhouse.
Poricy Park is an exceptional ecological resource whose 250 acres make it one of the largest parks in Monmouth County. Poricy Park is a regional resource, serving residents throughout New Jersey and the Tri-state area. The park is a center for environmental and cultural education, enhancing the community's enjoyment and appreciation of nature and local history.
Poricy Park Conservancy is a non-profit organization that depends primarily on member's financial support to keep the Conservancy at the pinnacle of environmental education, historical preservation, and natural beauty. Please take a moment to browse through our website and also consider joining the Conservancy's efforts by becoming a member. Membership in the Poricy Park Conservancy entitles you to a quarterly member's newsletter, discounted program and event fees, advanced notice of events, discounted merchandise, and invitations to member's only events.