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Holmdel Park, Holmdel

#44 of 281 in Parks in New Jersey
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Holmdel Park is one of the Monmouth County Park System's most popular locations for active recreation and nature appreciation. Acquired by the Park System in 1962, just shy of one million visitors enjoy this 565 acre site yearly. This park features Historic Longstreet Farm, the David C. Shaw Arboretum, fishing, picnic areas, 4 tennis courts, 2 playgrounds, ice skating, sledding and 10 miles of trails - including a 1/2 mile paved loop linking the Pond View and Forest Edge areas of the park with group picnic facilities and playgrounds.

The park also features two historic sites - Historic Longstreet Farm and the Holmes-Hendrickson House. Longstreet Farm is a living history farm where Park System staff recreates life as it was during the 1890s. The historic Holmes-Hendrickson House, at 62 Longstreet Road, is operated by the Monmouth County Historical Association (MCHA).

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  • Beautiful park, lots of shade, picnic spots, childrens play area, and includes Longstreet farm activities and animals. A great way to spend almost a day.  more »
  • Awesome, awesome park!!! Especially Long Street Farm! Great trails! Would definitely recommend to anyone who is visiting the area.  more »
  • I love Holmdel Park! It’s so amazing. Fun to go with my son! I would recommend this park to people who love walking and scenery! 5 STARS ⭐️!
  • This is a big beautiful Park and is great for families, special events, ice skating, fishing and hiking. The best part is the farm! It's set at the turn of the century so the employees who are actually all volunteers are dressed in period-style Clothing and are very kind. They guide you through the farm and show you how chores were done 100 years ago, and even allow children to milk the cows. They also have a beautiful flower garden if you walk up behind the lake

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