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The building is a restored School house. it now houses the Trail Conference Headquarters. Check it out before going on the walk. The parking area for the trail head is just down the road. Here you will find a spacious place to park with bathrooms...More
I’ve been coming here ever since I was a kid when my mother used to take my sister and I, it was the first time I brought my own kids and it took them a little bit to get into the spirit of hiking but...More
I come here weekly. There are many different trails you can take. If you want low key..choose the pink path..the trail colors are on the trees (blue, yellow, pink) and u just follow them. Itll keep you close to the water when u get to...More
Every review I read here about the Reservation marvels at the fact that you can bring a dog here. Well, you can. Great. But if you hike these trails, know where you are, and what's around you. On the map there are several "ruins" marked,...More
This place is beautiful all 4 seasons. If the trails are clear you can walk during the winter. In the fall the change of leaves reflected off the water is like a photo opportunity. In the summer the coverage provided by the trees lets you...More
My girlfriend and I have hiked this reservation before but today it was very challenging because some parts of the trail were covered in ice, which made for some difficult maneuvering on the uphill and downhill sections. We transversed up to the reservoir, which was...More
Great place to go for an early morning walk . Meet up with some nice people and must love dogs...its a great place in the spring , summer and fall....I would have to say winter is a bit challenging. Fall is like a post card...Go...More
Ramapo Reservation is a beautiful sanctuary having dozens of hiking trails which appeal to hikers of all fitness levels. The views are breathtaking whether they are at the entrance to the reservation, spots along the trails, or the upper lake. The park is dog friendly...More
This is a great place to hike. There are several different trails for various levels of hikers. There are lakes, streams and a waterfall. Dogs on a leash are allowed. The parking lot gets crowded on nice weekends.