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Allaire State Park, Farmingdale

Categories: History Museums, Historic Sites, Museums, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Experience community life in early Industrial America at Allaire State Park, which includes a 19th-century village and historical railroad. The railroad runs weekend trains through the park, offering a relaxing tour of the hills and forests. Take a look at 19th-century ironworks in the village and tour its original general store, forge, carpenter's shop, foreman's house, and church. Consider bringing barbecue supplies to take advantage of the charcoal grills and picnic tables. Campgrounds and restrooms are on site. To visit Allaire State Park on your trip to Farmingdale, use our Farmingdale itinerary maker.
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  • What a beautiful park. Hiking trails. Picnic benches. Historical buildings and demonstrations. This is a beautiful, well maintained state park. There is a long bike trail which starts in the park. A n...  read more »
  • the lean to cabins are so sweeeeeet. they have stoves inside, bring Chimena sized wood to feed the fire 
  • A great place for families to visit, including your dog. The village buildings are staffed with guides dressed in 1800 period clothing. There is a train that runs every 1/2 - cost around $4 as well as...  read more »
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