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Ramapo Valley County Reservation
Ramapo Valley County Reservation
Ramapo Valley Road (Route 202), Mahwah
(201) 327-3500

Ramapo Hike Ramapo Valley County Reservation is Bergen County's largest park area and is located on the edge of the Highlands Region. With the recent additions of Camp Glen Gray, Camp Tamarack and Camp Todd, the park has grown to over 4,000 acres. Visitors can hike the hills and valleys and enjoy the Ramapo River and several ponds.

Hiking and camping are available. Several tent campsites are available around Scarlet Oak Pond For sketc maps of the trails, call (201) 327-3500. Tent camping is allowed in designated areas. Call Darlington at (201) 327-3500 for camping permits and rules.

New York-New Jersey Train Conference
156 Ramapo Valley Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430
(201) 512-9348   www.nynjtc.org

Fishing permitted on the reservation/special rules apply. (A valid NJ fishing license is required, no license is required under age 14). Cross-country skiing is also available during the winter.

Ramapo Reservation Trails

Ramapo Camping Sites 

Camping Regulations 

Camper Information

Amenities
  • Camping (by permit only)
  • Canoe/Kayak access to Ramapo River
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Fishing (NJ State Fishing License Required)
  • Marked hiking trails
  • Tent campsites - April-November (by permit only)



Camp Tamarack Area
Oakland

Currently restricted use, pending site-work.

Amenities 
  • Marked hiking trails
  • Fishing (NJ State Fishing License Required)



Camp Todd Area
Oakland

Amenities
  • Marked hiking trails
  • Fishing (NJ State Fishing License Required)

Ramapo Maps for Ramapo Valley County Reservation are available through the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference.

New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
156 Ramapo Valley Road o Mahwah, NJ 07430
201-512-9348 o www.nynjtc.org

The Trail Conference is a volunteer, non-profit federation of over 10,000 members and 100 organizations working to protect open space and make it accessible to the public.







Formed in 1920, Trail Conference volunteers built the first section of the Appalachian Trail and today:

  • Maintain over 1,600 miles of trails.
  • Publish the best hiking maps and books for the region.
  • Protect land through advocacy and acquisition.

Trail Conference volunteers maintain over 80 miles of trails in Bergen County and publish the authoritative hiking map, North Jersey Trails.

Learn more, volunteer and make a difference at www.nynjtc.org or 201-512-9348.

For Trail Maps Contact the NY-NJ Trail Conference.
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