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Jockey Hollow, Morristown

(4.5/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • On New Year's Day, we decided to bundle up and walk for a few miles. We found the trails well marked and cleared. We were able to do the 3.2 mile loop, so we felt we had seen enough. Beautiful scenery...  more »
  • This national park provides wonderful opportunities for walking and hiking through the space that George Washington used two winters to billet his troops. Make sure that you visit the visitor center w...  more »
  • Our Cub Scout den of 10 year olds hiked 5-miles on beautiful trails and had a great lecture from a Park Ranger about the history of the park. - Great trails - trails are NOT stroller friendly, but the...  more »
  • The park was OK but the worst thing at this park is the homes were the soldiers lived. There is blood in there. I Filmed the video of my self running down the hill (for fun) as soon as i saw the blood. That is scary and they should clean up the blood.
  • Great park with historic interest. However, be mindful of many loose dogs being walked off leash (not permitted) especially if you are with children.
  • Excellent local national park. Great trails
  • A lot of walking! Staff was very informative about the area, and I loved the views! 😍
  • Awesome beautiful views and the information clerk was informative and enthusiastic about what he was describing and he did so very well, made for a beautiful experience