- Our list of the best things to do in Vernon, New Jersey, features the top 91 nearby activities — including 28 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Vernon, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Vernon, NJ , followed by 84 popular activities in nearby cities, including Warwick, Wayne, Middletown, Milford, Ringwood, West Milford, Mahwah, Parsippany, Ridgewood, Sussex and Hawley
100% 2 votes
Passaic County W Milford Township, West Milford, NJ 07480 MoreLess Info
Part of the northern reaches of the Appalachian Trail, the Abram S Hewitt State Forest offers challenging hikes to the top of Bearfort Ridge. The forest, accessible only by foot, also has many streams and wetlands at lower elevations.
Featuring 28 synthetic surface lanes, Pin Street at Warwick caters to both league bowlers and recreational open bowlers alike. The facility features a snack bar, lounge, and billiard area as well as a professionally staffed pro shop.
Providing 20 stalls for horse boarding, Sarah Stinneford Equestrian has outdoor training facilities and trails for visitors to take their horses on. The barn hosts horse shows where visitors can see riders perform tricks on their horses.
86% 21 votes
Rte 511 (Greenwood Lake Turnpike), West Milford, NJ 7456 MoreLess Info
Long Pond Ironworks State Park pays tribute to the iron workers that started making iron in 1774. The park offers extensive historical information on the area as well as breathtaking views and exceptional hiking.
Wagon Wheel Stables is an interactive, mobile petting zoo that brings lamas, ponies, goats, chinchillas, hedgehogs and many other animals to its patrons. They primarily host children's parties but serve other events including picnics and private functions.
More than 100 acres compose the Space Farms Zoo & Museum. The zoo contains over 500 live animals for viewing while the museum showcases collections revolving around American history, including antiques, toys, and weapons from both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.
Originally developed as a marketing tool in 1936 by Macy's Department Store, Mount Peter, has grown to become a family-friendly ski and snowboard destination in the heart of the Hudson Valley. Featuring free lessons and expertly groomed trails, this is your new winter home.
Launched as a labor of love in 1955, Applewood Orchards and Winery, was an early pioneer of 'pick your own' orchards. Now featuring a winery, Applewood has grown to become a favorite place for families to spend an afternoon.