- 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!
- Pittstown, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sports & Fitness.
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At the West Milford Dog Park, visitors' pets can make their way through obstacles and enjoy runs that are specifically designed for dogs of different sizes. The location is run by a local feed store, meaning visitors can also purchase items during their stay.
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130 Center Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 7716 MoreLess Info
Offering learn to sail classes, Sandy Hook Bay Catamaran Club Inc teaches visitors the basics of sailing, from capsizing preparedness to racing. The club also hosts sailing races close to the Statue of Liberty.
One of the oldest operating narrow gauge railway exhibits in the country is the Pine Creek Railroad. Train rides are held every weekend as long as the weather permits, giving guests the ability to ride a piece of history.
Red Bank Armory Ice Complex is an ice skating facility that features public ice-skating, an adult hockey league, a fully stocked pro shop, and educational classes. The complex is available for special events and parties.
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Laurel Hill County Park, New County Road, Secaucus, NJ 07094 MoreLess Info
An ecologically conscious river trip outfitting group, the Hackensack Riverkeeper Paddling Center offers guided river tours in canoes and kayaks. The Riverkeeper group also hosts special events and eco cruises, as well as river cleanup events.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the pre-Revolutionary War sandstone house that is the focus of the Garretson Forge & Farm. The site is essentially a living museum that follows daily life on a colonial Dutch farm that also has an extensive garden and educational programming.
The Alexander Ross Gallery in Cherry Hill is a space that's loved by visitors of all ages. The gallery specializes in animation and fine art that depicts scenes starring America's beloved characters, such as the Simpson's and Disney favorites.
Housed on three floors, Bowl Rite Lanes offers a large area for bowling and other entertainment attractions. The family-friendly center, home to twenty four bowling lanes, also offers billiards, an arcade, a snack and drink bar and pro shop.
Located next to a shopping center, Newport Green offers visitors a scenic park, complete with a carousel and walking path. From the park, visitors can take in panoramic views of the Manhattan cityscape.