Ramapo Valley County Reservation
Call (201) 327-3500 for more information.
- CindyJul. 24, 2020Love This Place
This is one of the places we always take our labradoodle. We enjoy the trail and then we stop by the water and let him in. We always find other friendly dogs and their owner and we laugh at how silly our dogs are. We always enjoy the walk and it helps get our high energy labradoodle puppy get tired.
- AlexandraJul. 3, 2020Solid Place To Get Out of The City
We tried this on July 3 (the Friday before July 4 so everyone is off work). It was really busy when we first got in, but then cleared out once we got further in. some of the trails were so overgrown we couldn’t walk through (of course those were not busy at all which is a shame). but we found a cute spot on the reservoir to put down a blanket and much and watch the dogs swim. will be back (excited to try on a Normal weekend!)
- BobbiMore than a year agoGreat park for dogs and owners
Plenty of trails, lakes, and space for dogs and humans to exercise and socialize.
- LesleyMore than a year agoOrange Trial
Get when you want to get away from the main trail but still want to take your dog up to the lake. Generally runs parallel to main lake trail except much fewer people. Keep the Orange blaze in front of you at all times.
- LesleyMore than a year agoWhen it's great it's great.
I used to take my puppy here all the time during the summer. When we meet other off leashers it's perfect. When people who are normal and keep it moving it's wonderful. When we meet people who freak out no matter what your dog does or does not do just because he is off leash it's the Pitts! There is a lake with off leash dogs swim and play most of it is wilderness. Why 3 bones. Big fun hard to reach. Beware of snakes, bears and deer. No bathrooms except at the bottom. The only reason I don't go as often is because we found drama free off leash locations. The hike up is hard when you have an active dog who is a natural hiker.