The brisk blue waters of Round Valley Reservoir attract swimmers, boaters, fishermen, picnickers and campers to its scenic shore. The Round Valley Reservoir swimming area was created by the construction of an earth dam across a narrow waterway on the west side of the reservoir, separating it from the main part of the reservoir. The reservoir covers over 2,000 acres and is approximately 180 feet deep, the deepest lake in New Jersey. It has a water capacity of 55 billion gallons. The reservoir is stocked with lake trout.
Pretty easy hike and nice views. Very muddy and almost felt like a walk through the park versus an actual hike. The trail to the campsites is more challenging here but overall, this trail is decent for a quick view of Round Valley. Despite all the 'There is NO poop fairy' signs, many canine owners on this trail do not pickup after their dogs, which makes for more than enough land mines along the route, unfortunately.
Carey R. on Round Valley Reservoir Trail
Great trail and seasonal changes
Steph B. on Round Valley Reservoir Trail
The trail that starts and ends at the end of the bridge is untouched, we had a difficult time finding out way though the trail the first time since the trail gets so thin and over grown at some points, besides that, it's a great place to walk.
Emma K. on Round Valley Loop Trail
Took my border collie with me to accompany me. Beautiful beach and view. The hike was alongside the beach about 75% of the time, the 25% being in woods or alongside the road. There is a fee to enter the park ($5)
Michael P. on Round Valley Reservoir Trail
super Trail for mountain Bike