Holmdel Park




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Park Overview:

Activities are scheduled throughout the year designed for visitors to experience rural life in Monmouth County as it was in the 1890s. There are many opportunities for easy to moderate hikes as well.

Trail Uses:Hiking, Mountain biking, Bridle path, Handicapped
Trail Miles:10 miles
Park Acreage:347 acres
Park Description:

In 1962, the Monmouth County Park System acquired property which includes the living-history Longstreet Farm, the 22-acre David C. Shaw Arboretum, two trout-stocked ponds, farm animals, and several picnic areas.

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Trails Overview:

The park has just short of ten miles of trails, including a boardwalk over a marsh and a fitness trail.  A paved trail in the vicinity of Longstreet Farm is handicapped accessible. The trails in the northern end of the park can be most easily accessed from Parking Lots #2 and #3 and may be combined to form loop hikes of varying lengths.  Several trails in the Ramanessin Section, in the southern portion of the park across Roberts Road, are multi-use, open to hikers, bikers and equestrians.

A trail map is available on the park's web site [Contact Information below]. To find a detailed description of a specific hike, click here and scroll to Holmdel Park. 


The closest major highway exit is #114 from the Garden State Parkway. See Park’s web site [Contact Information] for details from this and other points. Also, click on Location Tab at top of this web page.  GPS coordinates for street address:  40.3389303, -74.1861425

Contact Information:Monmouth County Park System
Region:Jersey Shore