Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program you can help us keep your parks clean and beautiful by carrying out the trash you carry in. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle.High Point State Park facilities are partially accessible for persons with disabilities.
The pleasant landscaping was designed by the Olmsted Brothers of Boston, a prominent landscape architectural firm of that time.The brothers were the sons of the eminent Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park.With over 50 miles of trails, High Point State Park offers visitors a variety of trail options throughout the year, Designated multiple-use trails are available for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, dogsledding and snowmobiling.Trails vary in length from one half-mile to 18 miles and take visitors through unique and diverse landscapes including an Atlantic white cedar swamp, mountain ridge tops with 360-degree views, dense forests, fields and wetlands.Both the park office and the main entrance to the park on located on Route 23.
GPS Coordinates 41° 18’ 23.04” N 74° 40' 14.78 " W Size: 16,091 acres The view from High Point Monument, at 1,803 feet above sea level, is a spectacular panorama of rich farmland and forest, soft hills and lush valleys in three states.
Boating is permitted subject to New Jersey's boating regulations and NJ State Park Service rules. Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices are required for each boat occupant. State Park Service areas open to hunting Special Permit Muzzleloader Regulations 2017 and Map Tree Stands and Blinds Policy Hunting is permitted in designated areas within the park and is subject to Division of Fish and Wildlife regulations.
Each November High Point State Park allows hunters to participate in a special deer hunt in a designated area of the park (Deer Management Zone 67).
Please contact the park office for further information regarding disability access needs.
Text telephone (TT) users, call the New Jersey Relay Service at (800) 852-7899.
The land for High Point State Park, donated by Colonel Anthony R.