The City of Phillipsburg Public Works Department maintains the parks within the City of Phillipsburg including three parks and a green space in downtown Phillipsburg for visitors and residents to enjoy.
The City Park located on Fort Bissell Avenue is the main park of the city and the largest available. This beautiful park is great for family picnics, play, camping, and just relaxing. It is home to the Just For Kids Playground, Fort Bissell Museum, the Phillipsburg City Campground, Phillipsburg Disc Golf, Pickleball & Basketball Facility, and the Robert McClellan Ballfield.
The Armstrong Park is a small neighborhood park located at the intersection of West Maple and Prospect St. next to the city water tower. This park has swings, slides, and a basketball court for users to enjoy. It is named for the A.W. and Nellie Armstrong Foundation which provided funding for this facility.
Miner Park is also a small neighborhood park which is located at the intersection of Fifth and C Street. This park has swings, slides, and a basketball court for users to enjoy. It is named in memory of Brian Miner, a city employee who tragically lost his life in an accident. Brian spent many hours working on the park and will always be remembered for his work and dedication.
Located in the 600 block of Third Street is a a green space in downtown Phillipsburg where visitors and residents alike can enjoy a beautiful place to rest and enjoy the sights and sounds of the downtown area. This property was donated to the City of Phillipsburg by Naida Smith in honor of her sister, Dr. Mary Glassen, and was the site of Dr. Mary's original medical office. A bench and covered picnic table are located here for use.