44 Longstreet Road, Holmdel, NJ 07733
732-946-9562 - Ranger Station
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Park opens at 7 a.m. daily, year round.
Closing time is 7 p.m. through November 4; 5:30 p.m. November 5-January 13; and 6 p.m. January 14-February 8.
For updated information on skating and sledding conditions, please visit our winter activities page.
There have been a number of "smash and grab"; vehicle break-ins in the parks this year. In most cases, car windows are smashed and items such as pocket books, diaper bags, and wallets are stolen from inside the car. Visitors are urged not to leave valuables in their cars and to notify Park Rangers of any suspicious activity in parking lots. To reach a Park Ranger, contact the County emergency communications center at 732-577-8700. (posted August 2, 2016)
Holmdel Park is one of Monmouth County's most popular locations for active recreation and nature appreciation. Acquired by the Park System in 1962, nearly one million visitors enjoy this 566-acre site yearly. This park features Historic Longstreet Farm
, the David C. Shaw Arboretum
, fishing, picnic areas, four tennis courts, two playgrounds, ice skating, sledding and 10 miles of trails - including a 1/2 mile paved loop linking the Pond View and Forest Edge areas of the park with group picnic facilities and playgrounds.
When there is snow on the ground and conditions are safe, Holmdel Park is the place to go for sledding fun. Ice Skating is allowed when the ice is more than five inches thick. When conditions are safe for these activities, the park is open from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For the most updated information on current conditions, contact the park office at 732-946-9562.
Holmdel Park features reservable group picnic areas and is a great spot to host a family reunion or get together.
Walking trails wind through the shady woods and rolling hills. There is a fitness trail too. The rolling terrain will challenge some hikers. Cyclists and equestrians are asked to use the trails in the Ramenessin section but must remain on the roads in the Northern portion in this popular park. Enter from Longstreet Road. (9.49 miles of trails)
Garden State Parkway to Exit 114. Southbound, turn right onto Red Hill Rd; northbound, turn left onto Red Hill Rd. Follow Red Hill Rd. to Crawfor's Corner/Everett Rd., turn right (heading west). Follow Crawford's Corner/Everett Rd. to Roberts Rd., turn left. Follow Roberts Rd. to Longstreet Rd., turn right to Park on left.
State Hwy. 34 to Roberts Rd. (1.75 miles north of Rt. 520). Southbound, turn left; northbound, turn right. Follow Roberts Rd. to Longstreet Rd., turn left. Park is on left.
State Hwy. 35 to Holmdel/Keyport Rd. Northbound, turn left; southbound, turn right. Follow Holmdel/Keyport Rd. to Crawfords Corner Rd., turn left. Continue to Longstreet Rd., turn right Park is on right.