The Randolph Trail system covers 16 miles of pathways through five parks, the Clyde Potts Reservoir watershed and 2,000 acres of pristine open space. The trails link schools and neighborhoods and also connect to Patriots' Path
at Combs Hollow and Old Brookside.
The trails are open from dawn to dusk only, and horses are not permitted.
Parking and Trail Access
You can access the Randolph Trails system at many different trailheads:
Hidden Valley, Everdale Road, 0.25 mile south of Millbrook Avenue.
Town Hall, on Millbrook Avenue opposite Randolph High School. Parking is available in the southern-most lot adjacent to Millbrook Avenue.
Freedom Park, on Millbrook Avenue. Parking areas can be found on both sides of Millbrook.
Brundage Park, on Carrell Road. Parking areas can be found in several locations.
Heistein Park, on Doby Road off of Dover-Chester Road. Parking areas are found at Heistein's Pond, just below the park, on Doby Rd.
Combs Hollow; a small parking area is at the intersection of Combs Hollow and Doby Road. This is a Patriots' Path connection.
Clyde Potts, about 0.5 mile south of Sussex Turnpike on Old Brookside Road. Parking is available. This is a Patriots' Path connection.
Not A "What Exit?" Experience By Any Stretch!
In the midst of suburban New Jersey (some might suggest the outskirts), Randolph Trains offers an escape into relatively untouched woods. The trail itself is partially paved/stone with bridges and signage. It is safe for hikers and bikers of all ages. ...
Growing Trail System
As of 2007 the Randolph Trail System has grown to 15 miles with a new section to open this month. See map at
www.randolphnj.org scroll down to Parks & Recreation
"The town of Randolph has established a nice, lengthy network of trails though undeveloped areas, parks, school grounds, and, when necessary, along connecting roads. The surfaces are about equally divided among paved blacktop and moderate sized gravel ...