The Take A Seat cache is located Hacklebarney State Park is a state park of the U.S. state of New Jersey, located between Long Valley and Chester in Morris County. The park is managed by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry.
Hacklebarney State Park is a popular hiking destination year round. It has 978 acres and multiple hiking trails throughout the park. Through the middle of the park runs the Black River. The river is fed by two brooks, Trout and Rinehart. The Black River is flanked by massive boulders. These boulders create many beautiful waterfalls that can be seen as a person ventures down the trail. At the end of the trail the river lets out into a pond where people can swim. The park is known for its hiking and beautiful scenery, especially in the fall when the leaves begin to change colors
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