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Caldwell Cross Square Trails Square Dancers
30 Prospect St, Caldwell, NJ 07006
Caldwell Cross Square Trails Square Dancers is a square dancing club based in Caldwell. The club offers square dancingMore lessons every Tuesday for new dancers and alternate Wednesday for more experienced square dancers. Admission is $4 per lesson. For further inquiries, please call the number provided.
Caldwell Community Center
1 Provost Sq, Caldwell, NJ 07006

The Caldwell Community Center features numerous programs and activities for children, adults and seniors. 


There is also a variety of activities and sports offered. For children and teens, activities range from basketball, dance and yoga to guitar lessons for beginners and a secret agent lab, which places you in the shoes of a detective.

If that doesn't spark your interest, there is belly dancing, cycling, tai chi, pilates, personal training, various forms of yoga and classes that help you better understand your health. In addition, the center offers lifeguard certification, babysitter training courses and classes to become a water safety instructor. The center also offers a swim team and swim school.

Access to the building is through the upper level front doors on Provost Square. Children under 12 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times. Use of the fitness center is limited to those 14 years old and up.

Membership and Access: Membership cards are issued to all members. Each member must swipe the card upon entering the facility. Access to the center will be denied if a membership card is not presented. Replacement cards are $5 each; guest passes are $8 each.

West Caldwell Recreation Department
5 Fairfield Ave, West Caldwell, NJ 07006

The West Caldwell Recreation Department serves Caldwell and West Caldwell residents. The facilities include nineMore parks, seven schools and the West Caldwell Civic Center. The recreation areas include baseball and softball fields, playgrounds, tennis and platform tennis courts, horseshoe pits and soccer fields.

The two municipal pools are operated by the West Caldwell Pool Utility. Certain seasonal recreation activities are run at these sites through the Pool Utility.

Most programs are offered at no cost. In some cases, a small registration fee is charged to help offset the cost of supplies. The tennis courts are operated at a small hourly rate during peak seasons.

The recreation department is the place to go if you are new to Caldwell or West Caldwell or you simply need a little guiding. The department offers maps and information on all of the recreation facilities, including the parks and pools. The department knows about most events that are taking place in the area and you can find any brochure imaginable in the office. The staff at the front desk are friendly and helpful.

They are the people to ask when it comes to finding out about what's going on in town, whether it's fall, winter, spring or summer. There are year-round activities you can learn about as well, from adult fitness to square dancing.

The Recreation Department keeps track of what special events are happening in the area and provides necessary information on how to get involved, whether it be for the Halloween Costume Parade, the Tree Lighting, the Fourth of July Celebration or the Gazebo Concert series.