Hacklebarney State Park

Hacklebarney State Park

Morris County Region

40.751107, -74.732544

With a name like “Hacklebarney” it has to be good. The Black River courses through a glacial valley which is cool even in mid-summer. Some trails in the gorge are narrow and rocky, the majority are gravel.

The freshwater Black River cuts its way through rocky Hacklebarney State Park, cascading around boulders in the hemlock-lined ravine. Two tributaries, Rinehart and Trout Brooks, also course their way through this glacial valley, feeding the Black River. Even in the heat of midsummer, the temperature of Black River gorge is cool and refreshing. Of the Park's 1186 acres, 465 are dedicated to...

Park Acreage:

1186.00 acres



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Contact Information

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NJ DEP, Division of Parks and Forestry, Hacklebarney State Park [administered by Voorhees State Park]


(908) 638-8572


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