Hacklebarney State Park, Long Valley

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  • What a beautiful park and trail system. I️ most say all the trails were well marked. There was never I️ time that we felt we wondered off the trail system. The red trail does not completely loop to th...  more »
  • I0's have been coming to Hacklebarney State Park since the 1970's and it has not changed much with the exception that some of the bathrooms and picnic tables are falling apart and needs some updating....  more »
  • Took a trip here with the two dogs and enjoyed the fall colors and nice hiking trails. The trails were not too crowded and they were marked well. Enjoyed the day,  more »
  • A really great state park, the trails are well maintained and marked, a really great find for me here in New Jersey! I saw people of all ages enjoying the park and the trails.
  • Love this place! It has become a part of our summer tradition, hiking the trails and just enjoying nature & beautiful scenery. We always bring a picnic lunch& a group of friends which equals a great time. The trails are clearly marked. Wear comfortable but sensible walking shoes and don't forget the bug spray.
  • Our favorite park. Beautiful hills and rock formations, some really decent water features, and plenty of picnic spots and benches to soak up the scenery. Most of the trails are either wide and paved, offering a plenty of easy strolls along the stream where you can check out the park's main attraction, the falls. There are two other more moderate trails that offer more of a challenge; the red trail that runs along the Black River, for instance, is unpaved and steep at times, with obstacles like roots and rocks along the path. It can be very busy on holidays and weekends, where many people take advantage of the numerous grilles and picnic tables dotted throughout the park; the sites along the stream tend to fill up the fastest as people camp out for the day and cookout, and can be a little noisy.
  • Great park! I have been going here for years, and it is such a treat. You can follow along the stream or hike the nice paths.
  • The red trail is a pretty awesome ! It's 1.8 miles and connects to the white trail and blue trail, overall a really pleasant exercise in the lap.of nature, please make sure you don't discard trash / chewing gums etc , let's preserve mother nature.

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