Allaire State Park

Allaire State Park

Along the blue and orange trails - Photo credit: Daniela Wagstaff Along the blue and orange trails - Photo credit: Daniela Wagstaff
40.16191, -74.132089

A restored historic village, transportation museum, birding and almost 20 miles of hiking trails make this park an attractive destination for people with a wide variety of interests.

Located on the New Jersey coastal plain, one-third of the park lies south of the Manasquan River and is on the northern fringe of the Pinelands, thus supporting a pine forest community. Birders will find spring migrating warblers and other songbirds as well as a variety of breeding birds, such as owls, warblers, vireos and indigo buntings.

In 1822, James P. Allaire purchased an iron...

Park Acreage:

3199.00 acres

Municipality:

Farmingdale

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Allaire State Park

Phone:

(732) 938-2371

Fees:

Some times and places; check with park

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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