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Tourne County Park
|Park Overview:|| |
A highlight of the park is the view from the top of the Tourne, which includes the New York City skyline on clear days; it also includes a protected zone for native wildflowers.
|Trail Uses:||Hiking, Mountain biking, Bridle path, X-C skiing|
|Dogs:||Dogs on leash|
|Park Acreage:||547 acres|
|Buy Trail Map:||Jersey Highlands: Central North Region Trails Map|
The 547-acre Tourne County Park features an extensive network of trails, which follow both footpaths and woods roads through a dense deciduous forest. It includes a wildflower section that features over 250 species of native plants. A highlight of the park is the view from the top of the Tourne [elevation 897 feet], which includes the New York City skyline on clear days.
|Trails Overview:|| |
The DeCamp trail [1.3 miles; no blaze] goes to the Top of the Tourne; The Red Trail [3.3 miles] loops around the park; at one point it proceeds through a gate in a fence which protects wildflowers from damage by animals. The Rattle Snake Trail section of this loop trail parallels Rattlesnake Meadows. The park's web site contains a trail map.
The park is located in the townships of Denville, Boonton, and Mountain Lakes, near Exit 43 of I-287. For map and written directions use the Contact Information below and follow link to the park.
|Contact Information:||Morris County Park Commission |