Pequannock Township is a township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 15,420, reflecting an increase of 1,652 (+11.9%) from the 13,888 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,044 (+8.1%) from the 12,844 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Pompton Plains
4 based on 7 reviews
The wings at the Stumble Inn never disappoint. They are crispy and complimented by tasty wing sauce. The burger platter is generous in size and simple in taste. Despite the "local biker-like" feel from the exterior the patrons and staff are friendly and pleasant.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Rhino Theatre Group, LLC proudly announces its new, second location. Both Rhino Theatre Mainstage (247 Wanaque Avenue) and Rhino Studio 237 (237 Hamburg Turnpike) offer unlimited types of entertainment for adult, seniors, teens and children. Our Mainstage shows, like Beauty and the Beast, Shrek, Spamalot, Les Miserables and more always exceed our audiences expectations. Our new Rhino Studio 237 is home to our black box performance space, where plays, musicals, open mics, comedy nights are regular occurrences! We are always looking for new, fresh ideas, so bring them on.... Also, now available for rental our Mainstage, Black Box and 4 Rehearsal Studios, plus lesson rooms and more. Rent hourly, daily, weekly. Visit our website for details.
Loved the high energy performance of "FOOTLOSE". The performance, costumes and staging were of a high standard. The performances at the theater run the gamut from professional to local talent which at times is impressive. It's a relatively small intimate theater. The main stage is upstairs on the second floor. They have a call ahead system for stair climbing which must be reserved but no elevator. Seats are close but acceptably comfortable. The audience seems to be generally made up of local supporters. I was invited by a local. Performances range from about $20-$25 which is quite reasonable. There is no food permitted in the theater but they do have a dinner and show package which includes Monica's Italian Restaurant which is nearby and must be reserved..The Black Box theater downstairs is used for Comedy Nights and Open Microphone performances. The Black Box is totally handicapped accessible. Free parking is available in the municipal lot or in back of the theater. Wonderful choice for local theater.
5 based on 74 reviews
Want to shoot? Just stop in! We have everything you need. Just bring your ID. We have earned a 6 star rating and have been voted NJ's Best of the Best of the Best. We have 19 indoor ports both 25 and 50 yard, over 120 guns for rent, comfortable lounge, indoor gourmet cafe and an incomparable family environment. 8 years old and up can shoot! Free to watch with several shooting packages available.
Gun For Hire is our favorite shooting range. The place is clean, well organized, and safe. Great place for any level of comfort. My husband is far more experienced than I am, but I would feel comfortable going here on my own. Everyone I've come in contact with is knowledgeable and helpful.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
My son and I hiked at Pyramid Mountain Natural
Historic Area this afternoon. It was a perfect late spring day, and the trails were in excellent shape.
There is a very good map and descriptive brochure at the kiosks. One improvement: there are no indications of how long particular hikes are.
But the hiking was great, and we got plenty of exercise and plenty of beauty too.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
I am always looking for new adventures for my grandsons. I used to take my sons there for hikes and it dawned on me that we should go and check out the fishing. My grandsons are 10 and 13 and really into fishing so off we went. The park is just as beautiful now and it offers something for anyone. You can hike around the lake, fish in the lake, picnic and just enjoy the bucolic setting. There are adequate restrooms and a pavilion. On a beautiful fall day with the glorious colors what more could you want?
4 based on 96 reviews
A good average Jersey mall. Food court is ok but has no normal pizza place, just a specialty pizza place. The rest is run of the mill food court. The store selection is average. It does have 2 stores which sell cheap suits which I have taken advantage of in a pinch!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Living in Oakland for 16 years I just now discovered the Preserve. I was recovering from a hip replacement and looking for a level easy path and the trails there were perfect. One exception, I choose never to do the full circle around the lake as there is a long stretch alongside the road that is noisy. the Nicer option for me is the "cu-through" at the top of the lake.
5 based on 59 reviews
Real-life escape games featuring New Jersey themes. Groups of 2-10 people are able to immerse themselves in authentic experiences as they count down the time left on the clock. Book your reservation now, and see if you can Escape the Garden State!
We completed the Boardwalk room at this facility, which bases its attractions on New Jersey experiences. The room uses classic cerebral puzzles mixed with some light physical challenges (nothing too strenuous). There are a couple of minor bumps, including one of the early puzzles, which seemed disconnected with no way to realize it was even there (you aren't supposed to break things in escape rooms, of course, and this bordered on that). The other was one of the last puzzles that seemed to be calibrated away from success.
Despite these VERY minor bumps, this was a fantastic experience. The room was large and multi-faceted, the puzzles encouraged communication, and we never felt too stumped. Note that clues are delivered at the game master's discretion via television (rather than loud speaker or other in-theme gimmick). The pacing felt good. We're looking forward to returning for the Power Surge / Edison-themed room.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
We stopped by High Point Brewing Company for a glass of home brewed beer before a business meeting in Butler recently.
The place is immaculate -- the beer master makes ten different beers, several seasonally. We tried three and they all were very good.
The bar is very friendly, attracting lots of local folks.
4 based on 19 reviews
The newly named Franklin Lakes Nature Preserve has splendid views of High Mountain -- about a mile and a half of walking on level trails including a very nice accessible area -- car top boating permitted.
The High Mountain Park is accessible from there, a fairly strenuous series of hikes, perhaps 3.5 miles altogether, featuring a mountain top with excellent views of Manhattan on a clear day. The nearby college has a second parking lot with even better access to the trails.
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