- Our list of the best things to do in Pittstown, New Jersey, features the top 222 nearby activities — including 92 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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A spacious, recreational area in Morristown, Schooleys Mountain County Park provides for an array of outdoor activities. This includes summer sports like baseball, fishing and picnicking, along with winter sports such as ice skating and snowshoeing.
Providing an array of professional services for pool table enthusiasts, Fitch's Billiards also offers a complete line of equipment. This includes tables, balls, sticks and custom lighting. Along with table set up, the company also refelts used tables.
Locals and visitors looking for indoor or outdoor recreational space can visit the Forks Township Community Center. Home to three gyms and sports fields, the center offers basketball, soccer, cardio equipment, fitness classes and more.
Vintage and antique items are on sale throughout the year at the Golden Nugget Antique Market. Seasonal markets are conducted at certain times in the year with the Christmas markets being one of the most popular.
Originally known as Merchiston Farm, the Bamboo Brook Outdoor Education Center features 100 acres of fields, woods, and gardens. There is a historical site on the premises, as well as a network of trails.
Surrounding the 1,450 acre Lake Nockamixon is the Nockamixon State Park. With a name coming from the Indian for 'at the place of soft soil,' the park has several marked locations of American Indian activity and heritage.
Green Knoll Pitch & Putt is a regulation course that offers a challenge to the experienced golfer, as well as the novice player. Green Knoll features tight fairways and rolling contours and also operates a pitch and putt course.
Hacklebarney Farm Cider Mill is a farm and bakery specializing in cider products. Although the bakery is the main attraction, the farm also hosts a variety of events, such as a corn maze, pumpkin picking, and a cider making demonstration.