We had a wonderful morning visiting the park, which is a jewel in the suburban sprawl of Northern New Jersey. It is great to see a county and municipalities making parks a priority in this difficult financial climate. The park is maintained with a level of detail that one rarely sees these days. The park is not privatized, it is staffed with county employees, many of which were summer employees of high school and college age. The exhibits were very nice, as was the collection of farm equipment scattered throughout the park.
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