is dedicated to the home gardener. The 54 acres of gardens and greenhouses are planned as a living catalog of cultivated and native plant materials to be observed through out the seasons.
Half of the property was donated to the Monmouth County Park System in 1977 by the Wihtol Estate. The other half was purchased with the New Jersey Green Acres funds. The park was dedicated on Sept. 14, 1978.
The grounds have a pseudo-Italian style reminiscent of Naples, Italy, the homeland of one of Deep Cut's other owners, Vito Genovese, once described as the most powerful organized crime gangster in American
history and the model for the underworld rival of Don Corleone in Mario Puza's "The Godfather."
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Click on the above "VIDEO" (with the arrow in the center) for a creative glimpse into the wonders in the park.
For more information about Deep Cut go to its Red Hill Road site or visit the park's listing on the Monmouth County Park System's website at: http://www.monmouthcountyparks.com/page.aspx?Id=2518