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Population: 3,437 Total square miles: 17.999 (as of 2010 United States Census) Fredon, a township in Sussex County, New Jersey, is located in the southeastern part of the county. The name Fredon is thought to have come from the German word “fredonia”, which means “place of freedom”. There are three unincorporated communities within Fredon: Hunts Pond, Muckshaw Pond, and Stillwater. “Hampton and Stillwater Townships border Fredon on the northwest. It was along this border, through the Paulinskill Valley, that the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway operated from 1872 until 1962, taking agricultural products to New York City. Today the right-of-way has been developed into the Paulinskill Valley Trail, a non-motorized multi-use trail that is part of the Kittatinny Valley State Park.” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fredon_Township%2C_New_Jersey)