The Natural Swimming Hole In New Jersey That Will Take You Back To The Good Ole Days

When it comes to swimming spots, New Jersey isn’t lacking. We’ve got gorgeous ocean beaches all along our coast, river beaches, lake beaches, bay beaches, municipal pools, quarries, waterparks… If you’d like to take a dip, the Garden State has got you covered. Of course, there are more New Jerseyans than swimming spots, so some can get crowded. If you’re looking to discover a hidden gem, here it is.

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There are also classes available including swimming, stand up paddle boarding, yoga (on the water and off), and kayaking. How fun! This picturesque natural pool is open to all, with discounted season passes available to Ridgewood residents. Day passes are available to locals only, or guests of residents. You can find the Graydon Natural Pool at 200 Northern Parkway in Ridgewood. For another incredible natural swimming hole in New Jersey, check out the Highlands Natural Pool by clicking here.