c/o Ringwood State Park
1304 Sloatsburg Road
Ringwood, NJ 07456-1799
40° 57’ 44.82” N 74° 27' 28.81" W
Fees: No entrance fee.
Link to the Related
Facilities & Activities:
Take Route 287 to Route 23 to Green Pond Road
in Newfoundland. Make a left turn onto Upper Hibernia
Road. Make a left onto Split Rock Road. Follow
Split Rock Road across the Splitrock Reservoir
Dam. The parking area is on the left.
- Fishing permitted from boats
only (no shoreline fishing)
- Ice Fishing
- Cartop Boat Launch (no gas
forested wilderness connects watershed lands and is crossed
by an old logging road. Streams, mixed oak-hardwood forest
and swamps comprise the park. Trail entry is through the Farny
Natural Area. Split Rock Reservoir is adjacent to the park.
New Jersey's Black Bear Hunting Season
Following Governor Phil Murphy's Executive Order No. 34 (pdf), DEP Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe has issued Administrative Order No. 2018-24 closing all DEP owned, managed or otherwise controlled lands to bear hunting during the October and December 2018 season segments. The closure includes, but is not limited to, the following: state forests, parks, recreation areas and natural areas; and wildlife management areas.
Administrative Order 2018-24 (pdf)
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. Bags are provided
throughout the site. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle.
Open daily sunrise to sunset.
|Farny Natural Area (589
The natural area lies adjacent to Splitrock
Reservoir and supports a mature mixed oak hardwood forest
characteristic of the Highlands physiographic province. Tall
red, white and black oaks dominate the forest canopy, which
also serves as habitat for the endangered red-shouldered hawk
and threatened barred owl. Numerous trails cross the natural
Special Use Permit Application
Special Use Permit Application Package
A Special Use Permit is utilized to accommodate a specific activity or event being conducted over a short duration. There are two types of special use permits: Non-Commercial and Commercial and fees are based on NJ residency and Non-residents. A completed application must be submitted to the park/forest area where the activity or event is being held at least 90 days prior to the event. If the special use or event is extremely large or complex, at least one-year’s prior notice is recommended.
State Park Service areas open to hunting
Tree Stands and Blinds Policy
Parts of Farny State Park are
open for hunting. For information about hunting, refer to the New Jersey Fish and Wildlife Digest or contact the park office.