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Population: 8,213 Total square miles: 32.638 (as of 2010 United States Census) Hardyston is a township located in Sussex County, New Jersey. Hardyston is named after Josiah Hardy, a royal governor of New Jersey from 1761-1763. The City of Newark in Essex County owns a large part of the eastern end of Hardyston for access to Pequannock River. “In terms of physical geography, nearly all of Hardyston (excluding the portion of the township west of Hamburg along Route 94) lies within the New York – New Jersey Highlands, part of the greater Crystalline Appalachians that extend as far south as the Blue Ridge Mountains. …The prominent feature in the ridge-and-valley portion of the Township is the Wallkill Valley, through which the Wallkill River flows northeast to New York state.” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardyston_Township%2C_New_Jersey)