The historic Allaire Village was known as the Howell Works in the early 19th century. At that time it was a thriving industrial community which produced pig and cast iron. The buildings which remain today include a general store, blacksmith shop, carpenters shop, managers house, foremans house and a church. One of the workers' row house buildings is now the Visitor Center and Museum. You will also be able to ride the train that is located just next to the village.
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Amenities / Features of Historic Allaire Village:
Equestrian / Horseback!Maybe not within the village. May want to stay in the main section of Allaire
Jogging / Running!Trail running
Skiing / Snowboarding
Cross Country!Might not be able to go through the village. Double check first.
Activity / Sport Area(s)!A few open fiels near the picnic areas. But no baseball fields or similar
Food / Vending!Soda machines. Plus vendor trucks on the weekend in summer months
Nature / Environmental Center
Park Ranger on duty!Most of the time throughout the year.
Picnic / Sitting Area
Grills / Firering
Special Buildings / Structures
For Locations / Guides
Listing Category / Type
Parks and Natural Areas
Listing Center: Latitude: 40.1568
Listing Center: Longitude: -74.1282
Record Status: 1.0000
Record Title: Historic Allaire Village
Rules and Regulations
Biking *NOT Permitted*!NO BIKING IN THE VILLAGE. But deeper within Allaire is amazing