Route 18 Park
Free General Admission - Call for Reservation Pricing
- Baseball / Softball Diamond
- Batting Cage
- Concession Stand
- Football Field
- Lacrosse Feild
- Picnic Tables
- Soccer Field
On May 4th we were proud to provide a rest stop for the POLICE UNITY TOUR 2016..In May 1997, the Police Unity Tour® was organized, by Officer Patrick P. Montuore of the Florham Park Police Department, in an effort to bring about public awareness of law enforcement officers that have died in the line of duty and to honor their sacrifices. The tour started with 18 riders on a bicycle ride from Florham Park, NJ to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C. which raised $18,000. This May they had over 1800 members nationwide who made the trip, and they are proud to announce that they were able to donate over 1.9 Million Dollars to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, bringing our total donations to nearly 16 Million Dollars. see pictures in slideshow above
This 51.6-acre park located outside of Centreville, is home to a 1.3 mile walking trail surrounded by open space, with manicured grass and landscaped areas highlighted by flowers and trees. Scattered park benches afford a place to sit to enjoy the quiet surroundings or a respite from the heat of a hot summer day. This large park also features athletic fields, lighted baseball/softball fields, a concession stand, a playground, picnic areas with grills, and restrooms for enjoying the great outdoors.
Home of the John Selby Sports Complex.
Nicknamed “Big Slat,” John W. Selby compiled a 15-4 record as a pitcher for the Washington College baseball team, where he played for four seasons. He also played as an outfielder and was known for his hitting. The team won the Maryland Collegiate League championship in 1938, 1939, and 1940, and was runner-up in 1941.
Selby was a member of the Washington College Hall of Fame, the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame, and the Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame.
Selby was a graduate of Delmar High School in Delaware. He had a bachelor’s degree from Washington College, and a master’s degree from the University of Delaware. During World War II, he worked as a supervisor in planning and scheduling at the Glen L. Martin aircraft company in Middle River.
In the 1930s, Selby played on championship baseball teams in Princess Anne; Milford, Del.; Wilmington, Del.; and Malone, N.Y. After the demise of the old Eastern Shore Class D League, Selby and Tabler formed the Bi-State Baseball League in the early 1950s. Selby was president and Tabler was secretary. Selby was also a scout for Chicago White Sox and the former Kansas City Athletics.
Selby coached two state championship soccer teams at Centreville High School in 1947 and 1948: and coached the high school baseball team from 1948 to 1969. His teams had many undefeated seasons and won a number of state championships. The overall winning percentage of Selby-coached teams was an outstanding .834.