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Huber Woods Park
|Park Overview:|| |
A park overlooking the Navesink River with several easy to moderate multiple-use trails.
|Trail Uses:||Hiking, Mountain biking, Bridle path, X-C skiing, Handicapped|
|Trail Miles:||8.5 miles|
|Park Acreage:||366 acres|
|Park Description:|| |
In 1974 the children of Hans and Catherine Huber, a manufacturer of pigments used in dry inks, donated 118 acres of woodlands to the Monmouth County Park System. The park has been enlarged by subsequent donations, including the Huber family home, built in 1927, which has been transformed into an environmental center.
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|Trails Overview:|| |
Although the eight miles of multiple-use trails are open to hikers, bicyclists, equestrians, and cross-county skiers [in season], bicyclists generally prefer the nearby Hartshorne Woods Park. The trails lead through stands of tulip trees, oak-hickory forest, and meadows and can be combined to form loop hikes of varying lengths. The Nature Loop trail, Discovery Path and Fox Hollow trail begin at the environmental center. A trail map is available on the park's web site [Contact Information]. To find a detailed description of a specific hike click here and scroll down the "Parks" column to Huber Woods Park. The park also offers an equestrian program which includes people with physical and mental disabilities.
The nearest major exit is #109 of the Garden State Parkway. The park’s web site [Contact Information] has detailed directions from several locations. See also the street/terrain map at the top of this web page. The environmental center parking area may be reached following Navesink River Rd and turning north to Browns Dock Road; a second parking area is west of Locust Point Road.
|Contact Information:||Monmouth County Park System |