Teetertown Preserve

Teetertown Preserve

Standing rocks in the ravine at Teetertown Preserve Standing rocks in the ravine at Teetertown Preserve
40.748819, -74.859803

Trails and a nature center in that includes Hollow Brook revine, one of the most significant natural areas in Hunterdon County.

Teetertown Preserve: 

Named after John Teeter, the builder of a nearby mill complex [c. 1810], the 302-acre Teetertown Preserve (formerly known as Teetertown Ravine Nature Preserve) is one of the most significant natural areas in Hunterdon County.  A narrow dirt road surrounded by dense woods leads into a ravine along a twisting stream, with its waters cascading over rocks.  The...

Park Acreage:

539.00 acres


Lebanon Township

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Hunterdon County Department of Parks and Recreation


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Dogs in park:

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Trip Reports

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July 01, 2019
The middle of the blue trail is completely overrun by invasive thorned plants: barberry, multiflora rose, and wineberries. Trail markers are no longer visible, and the trail itself can hardly be seen. I was thoroughly scratched up, and even if I were covered head-to-toe, pulling my clothes free with every step is not fun. Bring a machete? Also, the mud created by the, I think, wellspring just a few yards off the trail makes it difficult to pull your feet free, too. :( Otherwise a glorious hike! Literally every other part of this preserve is beautiful and well-maintained and a joy to experience.
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