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Hacklebarney State Park, Long Valley

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Have visited here for many years. Never too busy, so parking has always been easy. Good for an exercise regime because of the hilly nature of the trails. River at the south part of the park makes this...  more »
  • Hacklebarney State Park has been a favorite place for a casual (yet hilly) hike with the dogs. Most of the trails and paths are paved (although with aging and cracked asphalt); some are crushed stone ...  more »
  • Great for Family hikes. The park has plenty of parking spaces. It is never really busy there are several loops/path you can follow  more »
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  • A real Jersey Gem if you can find the parking lot. Great paved loop trail that takes you to a water fall and a scramble along Black Brook. The trails also extend all around the area up and downstream. Park by the mill or head over to Bamboo Brook for more goodness.
  • Scenic, and enjoyable, allows dogs, but much smaller and crowded than expected. Hacklebarney Farms Cider Mill nearby is nice way to end the light hike :)
  • I was not expecting the hike to be so full of features! The river alone was worth it but the stonier sections of the path were fun, too.
  • This was one of the most beutiful and pristine parks I have seen in New Jersey. It had the largest hemlocks I have seen in person as well as some American chestnuts and elms. The trails were well maintained although the rocky parts could be somewhat challenging to walk on at times, it did make it fun. I would definitely come here in the future.
  • Hidden gem of new jersey...its a lovely drive towards this park and when you get there its peaceful and serene