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Huber Woods Park, Middletown

4.7
#205 of 281 in Parks in New Jersey
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Besides forests and meadows, Huber Woods Park also features over eight miles of multi-use trails and an Environmental Center. A visit to Huber Woods Park is the perfect opportunity to appreciate the facets of nature that are often taken for granted. While there, take a moment amid the scenic beauty and panoramic views to observe small things - sounds, smells, light and shadow, subtle hints of seasonal change. Relax in a meadow or take a walk along a wooded trail. Each experience will enhance your appreciation of the fascinating natural world around you.

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  • Walking in the woods with its bird calls ,fresh odors of the forest and quiet make for a delightful retreat from the noisy world.  more »
  • I’m feel very fortunate to live in Monmouth County because we have a phenomenal park system! So why only 4 stars? Because I adore Holmdel Park & Hartshorne & Sandy Hook (all county parks) way more...  more »
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  • Fantastic county park with loads of easy and intermediate trails through wooded areas and meadows. The trails are free to use and open to pedestrians, equestrians, and mountain bikers, or a combination of the three. Kiosks with maps are highly visible at trailheads and parking areas. One of the trails, Claypit Run, connects with Hartshorne Woods Park. Huber isn't quite as biodiverse as Cheesequake State Park (about half an hour away), and doesn't have the stunning views of Twin Lights Historic Site or Hartshorne, but it's still a great spot for some quick hikes on a nice day.
  • Fun spot with easier trails for mountain biking if you are looking for a less aggressive ride. Pair this with the adjoined Hartshorne Woods for a satisfying outing. My favorite place to ride in NJ

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