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We enjoyed our visit. We came here during the winter and spring. Great place to take the kids or go for a quiet walk. There are many events held all year. They have a banquet to host birthdays and weddings.
Waterloo Village will make a full recovery someday. They do have events and the historical society is getting some funding to bring this unique village back to life. The Canal Museum is very special. The setting is incredibly beautiful and serene. Just take a walk...More
I took my family there for some sightseeing and wow did we ever see some sights. Every building there with the exception of maybe one should be condemned. None of the structures in Waterloo are structurally sound,extremely dangerous,and in such disrepair. Nor were there any...More
we go to waterloo village all the time to walk our dog, and enjoy the outdoors.
if you go early in the day.....or towards evening, you'll rarely find anyone there. it is so relaxing...and a very easy walk.
put down your phone....go out in the...More
Open mainly as a passive park (walk around). Hopefully funds will become available to have a full schedule, like in the late 1900s. Many buildings in terrible shape. One roof covered with a tarp. Inside plaster walls starting to fail. Would take just one internet...More
Waterloo Village is a charming little village that's open for special events. In October they offered Trick or Treating through the village. We have done this event before, it was enjoyable. This year the weather was perfect, so it was quite crowded. I wish they...More
Dogs on leash are allowed in the state park. They are not allowed in the camping area. The park features hiking, fishing, picnicking, boating, and more. Also featured is the Waterloo Village, a 400 year... More
Dogs on leash are allowed in the state park. They are not allowed in the camping area. The park features hiking, fishing, picnicking, boating, and more. Also featured is the Waterloo Village, a 400 year old Lenape Indian Village that later became a port for the Morris Canal.
I believe this to be true as I saw many dogs on leashes when I was there.