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Visit the Ringwood State Park Home Page
The present day Ringwood State Park consists of some of the original land and buildings of the once flourishing iron industry developed in 1740 by the Ringwood Company. Home for a succession of well known ironmasters for nearly 200 years, the estate passed to Abram S. Hewitt in the mid 19th century, America's foremost ironmaster.

Set among formal gardens, the Skylands Manor was originally built in the 1920's during the Tudor Revival period. Situated on 1100 acres, it is the focal point of the State Botanical Garden which overlooks the
garden. The formal gardens are open to the public year round.

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