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This park includes Washington's Headquarters Museum as well as the location where the Continental Army took their quarters on two occasions, the wint... Read More
Set on the grounds of a 19th century iron forging town, this park is now the site of many trails through fields of wildflowers.
This park filled with hardwood forests has 14 miles of marked trails to enjoy.
The park is best known for its beach and maritime hardwood forest.
The park has a swimming beach, picnicking, and camping.
This forest offers many ways to have fun from hiking and nature trails to swimming at Lake Nummy.
This park in the special Pine Barrens area offers fishing, hiking, and camping.
This park offers 80 acres of forest with trails for hiking and biking. The park also has a Roebling-designed pedestrian bridge crossing to Pennsylvani... Read More
The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route was established in 1988 to provide for public appreciation, education, understanding, and enjoyment of sig... Read More
Located in the center part of the state, between the industrial north and agricultural south, is Cheesequake State Park. Its ecosystem is transitio... Read More
This park preserves one of the last undeveloped tracts of land along New Jersey's shoreline. Although it offers many recreational opportunities, sw... Read More
The 70-mile Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park is a popular recreational area for canoeing, jogging, hiking, ... Read More
This park represents the best the unique Pine Barrens can offer for recreation.The Double Trouble village offers a close look at an old company town.
The park sites on the shores of Splitrock Reservoir. It is popular for hiking and fishing as well as seasonal hunting.
This park was the site of a coastal defense system on the Delaware River. You can walk the batteries.
The Black Rive winds its way through the park. The gorge it carves through the park offers refreshing shade.
This park is the site of New Jersey's highest point.
The park's freshwater lake is popular for fishing, swimming, and boating.
This park offers a green oasis in metropolitan New Jersey and stunning skyline views of New York.
This park is located on the site of one of the American Revolution's largest battles.
This park sets on the edge of the remote Pine Barrens. Parvin Lake offers swimming while other bodies of water are also good for boating and fishing.
The park preserves the site of one of the Revolutionary War's most pitched battles.
This rustic park attracts bicyclists and hikers to use its trails.
This recreational area has a reservoir at its center.
This park offers freshwater fishing, hiking, and paddling.
This New Jersey's oldest state park. Its namesake lake is its biggest attraction, offering paddling, fishing, and swimming in its calm waters.
Pets are welcome on the grounds but not in campsites.
Originally known for its historical significance, the park now offers hiking and wildlife watching.
The part started as a lookout for George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Today it offers picnicking and a scenic overlook.
Pets are welcome on the grounds but not allowed in campsites.
This park is the perfect home base for exploring New Jersey's Pinelands and the early industrial center of Batsto Village.
The park has 22 miles of trails through rugged terrain.
The Pinelands National Reserve includes portions of seven southern New Jersey counties, and encompasses over one-million acres of farms, forests and w... Read More
Promoting the conservation and preservation of coastal ecosystems, this preserve features an award-winning garden, an observation tower, trails, and g... Read More
Pets are welcome on the trails but not in buildings or ponds.
The trail connects Ringwood and Skylands State parks.
The 89 year-old garden, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, will be at its peak in June with old heirloom roses blooming, fragrant her... Read More
This natural area in northern New Jersey has trails and many areas to explore with pets. Animals must be leashed and cleaned up after in the reservati... Read More
Pets are welcome on this 2.2 mile loop trail.
This tranquil public garden has winding paths through wooded areas and seasonally blooming gardens. It also has an outdoor sculpture trail and is a qu... Read More
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