Allaire State Park Campground

Farmingdale, New Jersey 7727

Allaire State Park Campground

Allaire State Park Campground Professional Review and Guide

"In 1822, businessman James P. Allaire headed south from Manhattan to found the Howell Works on an industrial bog iron–processing area that had been active since 1793. His integrated mining, smelting, and forging business thrived for a few decades, with more than 400 people living on company land during the 1830s. The self-contained private community of Howell Works included homes, a church, a school, and service businesses such as a general store, blacksmith shop, carpenter’s shop, and a bakery.

By the 1850s, bog furnaces were well on their way to extinction. Howell Works became a ghost town and was later used as a movie studio, a French restaurant, and a Boy Scout camp before volunteers began restoring it in the 1950s. Today Howell Works is called Allaire Village and is an outdoor living-history museum within Allaire State Park."

Allaire State Park Campground Reviews

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Very nice tent or RV camping, look out for ticks, Campground as of now no electric to sites but does have in bathroom/shower also no water or sewer There is a dump station and also good drinking water where you also can fill your camper Sites are in the woods apart from each other and most are in the shade. A bike is nice for bathroom runs as some sites are not very close to the one bathroom but there is parking for a car for gotta go now runs No washer or dryer at site Fire pits and picnic tables are at site Dry and easy to light firewood is available for sale although it is costly 4 dollars per bundle that comes to $.80 per split log ( ouch !!! ) For rough tent camping 5 star , trout fishing, mountain bike riding, hiking along with a historic town I don’t know about generators

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Trail Information

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Boating, Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Cross Country Skiing, Biking
Additional Use
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Fees per Night
Water, flush toilets, showers.

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Nov 2018