new jersey lake
10 January 2018

Our DUI Lawyers Must-do Activities On Lake Parsippany

New Jersey’s wealth of beautiful nature is seriously underappreciated by people who don’t live here. During the warmer months of the years, families from all over love enjoying time in the outdoors. Among our staff of New Jersey DWI lawyers, Lake Parsippany is one of the favorite spots to visit in this area. Some of our favorite aspects of this beautiful natural lake include:


Lake Parsippany is home to three beaches, which have different atmospheres. You’re sure to find one that suits your current mood. These three beaches include:

  • Hoffman Beach – This is a large sandy beach which features a large protected swimming section, 2 lifeguard stations, restrooms, snacks, and ice cream. In July, you can take swimming lessons here. If you’re going to swim, there must be a lifeguard on duty. Hours run from 11am-7pm Monday-Saturday and from 12-7 pm on Sundays.
  • Drewes Beach – At Drewes beach, you can enjoy swimming, swings, volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits from another large sandy beach. Lake Parsippany members also may rent this beach for private events.
  • Johnson Beach – This beach is a quiet alternative to Hoffman and Drewes. Guests here usually just relax on the beach with a book or a conversation with a friend or loved one.


Lake Parsippany is a boater’s paradise. Even if you don’t own your own boat, you can still join one of their boating clubs and use their kayaks and sailboats. Take the family out on the water with a cooler, some snacks, and drinks and bond while you take in some of the best natural beauty New Jersey has to offer. If you like to fish, you can also bring your gear on board. A variety of watercraft is permitted on the Lake, including sailboats, kayaks, canoes, rowboats, paddleboats, and windsurfers.

If you’re a member of Lake Parsippany, you can also join the Sailing Club and Kayak Club.


If you like to fish, Parsippany Lake is a great place to catch some trout. The Lake has a Trout Stocking Program every spring, which provides opportunities for year-round trout fishing. There are many other types of fish here, but everything is strictly “catch and release”, except for the trout, sunnies, and White Perch. All fishers between 16-69 are required to have a fishing license and trout stamp.


Lake Parsippany is a member of an intramural sports association called Hub Lakes. These lakes work together to oversee intramural sports leagues, including:

  • Co-ed bowling tournaments
  • Men’s golf tournaments
  • Men’s horseshoes
  • Men’s softball
  • Men’s & Women’s Volleyball
  • Co-ed Table Tennis
  • Co-ed Track

In order to participate, you’ll need to be a member of the LLPOA and live within the boundaries of Lake Parsippany. Other lakes included in this association include:

  • Lake Arrowhead
  • Cedar Lake
  • Estling Lake
  • Indian Lake
  • Lake Intervale
  • Mountain Lakes
  • Rainbow Lakes
  • RockRidge Community Club
  • Lake Telemark
  • Lake Valhalla
  • White Meadow Lake


Members of Lake Parsippany have many choices for recreational clubs, which include:

  • Sailing Club
  • Fishing Club
  • Book Club
  • Men’s Club
  • Kayak Club
  • Ladies Club
  • NJ Dragon Boat Club