WEST MILFORD, N.J. – About 2,000 miles of trails in Passaic County parks spanning West Milford, Ringwood, Bloomingdale, Woodland Park, Clifton and Paterson will soon be viewable on Google Maps.
The trails that make up the Passaic County Trail Network will be photographed using a 360-degree camera on loan from the Google Street View Loan Program, the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the non-profit New York-New Jersey Trail Conference announced Monday.
“This exciting partnership with Google, the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference, and Passaic County is going to make our park system more accessible and user-friendly to residents and visitors,” said Passaic County Freeholder Assad Akhter.
The Passaic County Trail Network consists of trails located throughout the Passaic County Park System, including the Garret Mountain Reservation (Woodland Park, Paterson, Clifton), Rifle Camp Park (Woodland Park, Paterson), Friendship Park (Bloomingdale), Tranquility Ridge (West Milford, Ringwood), Highlands Preserve (West Milford), and Apshawa Preserve (West Milford).
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