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KevinsGirls wrote a review Jan. 2021
Edison, New Jersey709 contributions189 helpful votes
Jockey Hollow is a beautiful park. You can drive through on the tour road or park and walk some trails. It’s so peaceful and quiet here and a perfect place to walk in the outdoors.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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MitchPhyllis65 wrote a review May 2020
Morristown, New Jersey4,511 contributions434 helpful votes
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COVID-19 has opened my eyes wider to see the beauty in things I’ve taken for granted, even the walks in Jockey Hollow. Last week we drove by Jockey Hollow and sadly it was still closed. When they finally re-open I’ll be ready with my camera, face mask, and practicing safe distancing on the trails so I can enjoy what nature has to offer. Until then I’ll be looking at pictures taken of some of the wildlife I’ve seen in Jockey Hollow.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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ELV_13 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Toronto, Canada58 contributions50 helpful votes
I grew up in the area and learned all about the hardships of winter suffered by the Continental Army at Valley Forge. But then I came to this park and learned that the winter here was even harsher than at Valley Forge. Iwondered why they didn't teach that. But it turns out the experience they had at Valley Forge helped them survive the winter at Jockey Hollow. There's a small visitor center and the Wick Farm are all worth a visit when open. They also stage reenactments every year so you might want to visit then. The park also has several miles of hiking trails (easy to moderate).
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Date of experience: February 2017
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WasOnce wrote a review Dec. 2019
Bucks County, Pennsylvania427 contributions119 helpful votes
This is a great area for a drive. We stopped here after visiting the Ford Mansion/Washington's Headquarters in nearby Morristown. The Visitor Center has a replica of a soldier hut and a path leads to the simple Wicke House. The gardens look like they would be amazing to tour during the growing season.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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GregoryOrangeCounty wrote a review Nov. 2019
Silverado, California192 contributions76 helpful votes
I always enjoy driving through Jockey Hollow and always have to walk around Tempe Wick house. Beautiful little roadway in and out. Fair amount of people running, with strollers and horse riders - good use of a wonderful park. However, it never ceases to amaze me how they change the roads there, put in new parking lots, build a visitor center (which was closed when I went) and basically spend more money on the park. As the old saying goes: "If it ain't broken, don't fix it", I have been going there for 50 years. I have seen many changes, not that they are bad but they don't seem necessary. But I suppose the people working there have to do something with money they get, so they spend it, to show they are doing something.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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