Where to park off Clinton Road?

pooriggy

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Team MTBNJ Halter's
#4
No, the end of cherry ridge is ticket free parking. There are pot holes on road but if you go slow it's all good.
 

Bleeder

JORBA:President
#5
Thanks man are there any risks of tickets like on clinton rd?
Parking lot P1 on Clinton Road is patrolled pretty frequently by park police. They are mainly concerned with partying up at Terrace Pond. But you should be aware of the "open" hours. They will tow vehicles. There's a sign with details.
 

huffster

Well-Known Member
#7
I think you are referencing P7 if you are talking about the one near the end of Blue / Yellow trails heading up to Terrace Pond. Its also the one that is near the end of Old Coal trail going into Wawayanda. It is fine to park there. It gets full on weekends in the nice weather.

Parking lot P1 on Clinton Road is patrolled pretty frequently by park police. They are mainly concerned with partying up at Terrace Pond. But you should be aware of the "open" hours. They will tow vehicles. There's a sign with details.
 

Bleeder

JORBA:President
#8
I think you are referencing P7 if you are talking about the one near the end of Blue / Yellow trails heading up to Terrace Pond. Its also the one that is near the end of Old Coal trail going into Wawayanda. It is fine to park there. It gets full on weekends in the nice weather.
You are right 7. Old eyes.
 
#9
I parked on Cherry Ridge, off Clinton on Friday. On the way, there were No Trespassing signs with Anonucci’s Tree Farm written on them. I plowed ahead, but it made me nervous. There is a little lot at the end with a sign asking hikers and bikers to drive slow. That made me feel at ease.

Has anyone ever been harassed by Antonucci? Or are the signs just warning us to stay out of the woods on the side of the road?

Once the pavement ends, the dirt road is bombed out.
 
#11
You are fine. It's a legit parking lot for the park. Both Pete and I live in close proximity to Cherry Ridge if not on it, and I have never seen anyone up there bothering other riders. I've run into rangers up there when the lot is full and there is never an issue. I will say this, from time to time, it gets really full and I have seen people nose their vehicles into the woods on the the road heading up to the dirt road. That would be in my opinion why the signs are there.