waterloo village nj

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Feb 13, 2024
Waterloo Village is absolutely beautiful and I highly recommend it as a wedding venue. My fiancé and I will be getting married at Waterloo this April and our experience thus far as been amazing. The … Full review by Kelsey H
Jan 30, 2024
Visited in the middle of winter in the middle of an ice storm. Walked around for a few minutes, enough to know we'd return in better weather some day. BUT. THE BATHROOMS. Fitted into a gorgeous old h… Full review by SampleASample
Aug 14, 2022
Very nice day trip. Beautiful grounds to do a leisurely walk back in history. The village contains many buildings dating as far back as late 1700s. Also learn about the history of the early canal sys… Full review by STEPHEN L

Questions & answers

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Is Waterloo Village currently open for visitors as of June 2020? I have read very conflicting information on various websites.
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I'm not sure about the reopening. They have a website and phone number. I suggest that you try to contact them directly.
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Answer by Arthur H · Jun 6, 2020
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Can you bring dogs to walk around historical village?
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Per dogfriendly.come Dogs on leash are allowed in the state park. They are not allowed in the camping area. The park features hiking, fishing, picnicking, boating, and more. …
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Per dogfriendly.come Dogs on leash are allowed in the state park. They are not allowed in the camping area. The park features hiking, fishing, picnicking, boating, and more. Also featured is the Waterloo Village, a 400 year old Lenape Indian Village that later became a port for the Morris Canal. I believe this to be true as I saw many dogs on leashes when I was there.
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Answer by KEN B · Jun 24, 2018
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Can you bring dogs to walk through the historical village?
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Yep! Except on big events days. And they must be on a leash
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Is this something you have to make a reservation for? Can we come and walk through as well? And are there certain …
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Is this something you have to make a reservation for? Can we come and walk through as well? And are there certain hours (open to the public) is there historic tours?
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Most day you can walk through free of charge. When free you can see the houses, lake, and Indian replica village. On some weekend they have canal days or other special activities, …
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Most day you can walk through free of charge. When free you can see the houses, lake, and Indian replica village. On some weekend they have canal days or other special activities, then there is s fee. Those days have some of the buildings open.
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