- Our list of the best things to do in Budd Lake, New Jersey, features the top 127 nearby activities — including 41 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Budd Lake, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Chef It Up - Mt. Olive, NJ 141 US Highway 46, Budd Lake, NJ MoreLess Info
Kids learn to bake cupcakes or prep a full meal in peanut and tree nut free, allergy-friendly setting; Mommy & Me classes open to ages 2+
Improv, classic Shakespeare, and holiday productions are just a few of the entertaining pieces that make up the Pax Amicus Castle Theatre puzzle. The theatre is a not-for-profit cultural educational center that supports local talent and the community.
The Stephens State Park Office provides information about Stephens State Park, its facilities, and events that occur at the park. Park guides can provide maps, information about hiking trails, fishing information, and information on their camping sites.
A sports training facility, Sports Galaxy offers a turf field and two instructional cages along with an Iron Mike pitching machine. It features camps, clinics and instruction for soccer, lacrosse, baseball, softball and field hockey by coaches and former players.
Hackettstown Pool is a community pool that features four swimming sections and a diving area. The pool also features two children's pools with water slides and offers swimming lessons and weekly special events like Teen Night.
At Hackettstown Historical Society, visitors can walk through collections containing historical artifacts like photographs, genealogical records, clothing, and more. The society hosts monthly meetings where visitors can learn about future events.
Riamede Farm features a 35-acre orchard where visitors can pick their own apples. They have a variety of different trees, and apples are within reach of children. They also feature a pumpkin patch where visitors can cut their own pumpkins.