Welcome to the Friends of High Point State Park blog! We are glad you are here. Feel free to take a look around and make yourself at home. Learn about the Friends of High Point State Park and our activities. Save the date and join us on the mountain for our upcoming programs. We greatly appreciate your support. Please consider becoming a member, sponsor, or dedicated volunteer. Thank you for visiting.
Autumn is a beautiful season to visit High Point State Park!
Lake Marcia in autumn
Migration is underway, a gentle breeze stirs the changing leaves, and visitors flock to the mountain to enjoy the crisp autumn days.
Come explore High Point State Park this fall. Bring your friends and family up for a day of fun. Join us for our favorite event of the year...
Open Hearth Cooking
Saturday, October 26
11 am – 3 pm
High PointState Park Interpretive Center
FREE*, donations appreciated
Open Hearth Cooking, 2012
Join the Friends of High Point State Park for a demonstration of open hearth cooking on the InterpretiveCenter fireplace. Autumn is the season of bountiful harvests and the air will be filled with the aromas of pumpkin and apple. Enjoy a sample tasting of delectable soups, meats, and desserts all cooked fireside.
2013 marks the 90th Anniversary of High Point State Park! We will hold a special anniversary celebration at this year's Open Hearth. Stop by and learn about history of High Point State Park. The anniversary celebration will begin at 2 pm.
Save the date and come be a part of this wonderful day!
Yoga on the Mountain
There are only a few more classes left on the 2013 season schedule. Don't miss out!
Saturday, September 21, 9:30 am - 10:45 am, Instructor: Brian
Friday, October 18, 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm, Instructor: Rita
Saturday, November 9, 9:30 am - 10:45 am, Instructor: Diane
Yoga on the Mountain classes are held in the High Point State Park Interpretive Center. Please bring your own yoga mat.
Walk-ins are welcome. However, registration is suggested so that we may contact you in the event a class is cancelled.
To register, please call 973-702-0488.
A donation of $5 or more per class is recommended.