Long Valley is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Washington Township, in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. Known as German Valley from its foundation during the colonial era, the community was renamed in response to anti-German sentiment during World War I. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 1,879.
Restaurants in Long Valley
4.5 based on 72 reviews
I0's have been coming to Hacklebarney State Park since the 1970's and it has not changed much with the exception that some of the bathrooms and picnic tables are falling apart and needs some updating. The park is still locked in the 70's and the paths and picnic areas could use some updating.
Where is lacks in amenities, it more than makes up in beauty. The paths, streams and waterfall should not be missed. During the fall, the foliage is just breathtaking with all the colors and the sunshine against them. It is nature at its best. Bring plenty of film and in the spring and summer bring your picnic lunch and barbecue. It is just a great place to spend the day and yes, its free!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
If you like fresh cider, fresh homemade donuts pies cakes and breads then you must go here. Have you ever had pumpkin bread or zucchini bread? These are the types of things you can get at this location along with delicious cider. It is right near Hacklebarney state park so you can always go there to work off the food if you want to or stop in here on the way back. Make the trip! While you're out don't forget to stop at Long Valley brewery for delicious microbrews! See my review of this brewery!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
You have a wide variety of small barrel craftbeer to choose from and enjoy either inside or in the beer garden. They don't serve
food but have an arrangement with seven restaurants that deliver here. Their beers are refreshing and the pricing is fair. Give Czig a try!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
This theatre house continues to produce wonderful, fun filled shows for all ages. The intimacy of this small theatre makes every seat in the house a great one!
4.5 based on 42 reviews
We were looking for something to do it was early July and decided on going peach picking since my one son and wife had never gone peach picking before. We found Orts and have been back 2 more times since. We took chose to do the hose drawn wagon ride out of the orchard so we wouldn't have to carry the bags of peaches we were about to pick. Good choice !!! Plenty of trees to pick from ( no pun there) I never knew that there were more then yellow peaches but I found out that day. We had a great time just walking between the trees on a beautiful day wasn't to hot and was a cool breeze as it looked like a massive T-storm was fast approaching. We finished filling up our 3 bags and caught the wagon back in. we bought some pies and hard cider along with some sparkling cider for the boys. We had a great day beat the T-storm and headed home with a huge cashe of peaches that my wife would turn into some peach crisp that were soooo good.
3.5 based on 184 reviews
Alstede Farms is a true family owned real working farm located in beautiful western Morris County, New Jersey. The Alstede Family are true stewards of their wonderful 365 acre permanently preserved farm where only sustainable and certified organic fruits, vegetables, and flowers are grown. The farm specializes in offering one of the widest variety of Pick Your Own (PYO) crops in the northeast and offers a wide range of family friendly activities including hay wagon rides, pony rides, birthday parties, business outings, friendly farm animals, a giant corn maze, and much, much, more. Signature items include home made ice cream, home made fudge, home made caramel, and a full service farm store loaded with home grown goodness. The Alstede Family and staff are proud to call the Garden State their home!
My family of four headed to Alstede farms. It is quite the production from bouncy houses, corn playhouses, pony rides, kiddie wagon rides, family wagon rides, etc. Not a lack of things to do and very good for toddlers. My primary knock is the price! Whoa! I bought 12 apples and it cost me $18 - just for the apples (not to mention the (I think) it was $60 for us to get access to all the other things including the wagon ride to pick the apples. We didn't spare any experience there - perhaps there is a cheaper way to do that.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
We always include Willowwood in any trip to the area. Lovely small gardens attracting butterflies, hummingbirds and song birds. No admission charged, lovely clean facilities. If you are a hiker, there are trails but for those with limited hiking abilities, there is plenty to see and enjoy on a short stroll.
5 based on 27 reviews
My wife, Marilyn and I have enjoyed many of the Musical and Dance productions at the college. I personally enjoy the bands and big band days. The college is convenient, very modern, good seats and super clean. We suggest for a good night out, see what the Stage Company has to offer and get tickets.
4 based on 34 reviews
Home made cheese. The best you've ever had. Plus meat, hand lotions, jams, toys, animals outside, and tractors to crawl on. Lovely.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
If you're like me and prefer to avoid the mall, this is the perfect place to find what you need and get back out. The only thing I wish they offered was more of a selection of men's clothing. As a woman, I have numerous options- J Jill, White House Black Market, J Crew, Ann Taylor, Talbots, Chicos-, but only two stores (Gap & Banana Republic) offer both women's and men's clothing. Jos. A Bank offers men's clothing as well, but I wish they had a better selection of men's stores.
For children, there's also Gymboree, Gap Kids (inside Gap) and Justice.
Olympia Sports is a terrific new addition as we haven't had a local sports store in some time!
When you need an easy & convenient spot for home items, clothing, accessories, gifts or a massage, this is the place to come!
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