Biking

Middlesex Greenway

Size: 
42 acres

Location

Middlesex Greenway
Middlesex Avenue
Metuchen, NJ 08840
United States
40° 32' 23.154" N, 74° 22' 5.4192" W

The Middlesex Greenway is a 3.5 mile trail located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The trail is located on an abandoned portion of Lehigh Valley rail corridor and the Middlesex County purchased the land in 2002 as a rails to trails project. The trail was officially dedicated on September 15, 2012.

Rogers Rock Campground & Day Use Area

Location

Rogers Rock Campground & Day Use Area
9894 Lake Shore Drive
Hague, NY 12836
United States
Phone: (518) 585-6746
43° 47' 19.6728" N, 73° 29' 19.0248" W

Rogers Rock Campground & Day Use Area is part of New York's Adirondack Park and is located along the northwestern bank of Lake George. A major feature of the area is Rogers Rock, named after an English colonial fighter named Robert Rogers, who served in the French and Indian War. Rogers climbed the rock to evade Indians who were pursuing him and there are various legends regarding the specifics of his escape.

Mount Washington State Forest

Size: 
4169 acres

Location

Mount Washington State Forest
Mount Washington Road
Mt. Washington, MA 01258
United States
Phone: (413) 528-0330
42° 8' 49.8264" N, 73° 28' 45.8796" W

Mount Washington State Forest is located in southwest Massachusetts and protects a 4169-acre hardwood forest that had once been clear-cut between the late-1700s and mid-1800s.

Mahlon Dickerson Reservation

Size: 
3200 acres

Location

Mahlon Dickerson Reservation
955 Weldon Road
Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849
United States
Phone: (973) 326-7631
41° 0' 39.4308" N, 74° 33' 49.6908" W

Mahlon Dickerson Reservation is located in Jefferson Township, New Jersey and is the largest park in the Morris County park system. A major feature of the park is the Headley Overlook, which is one of the highest points in the county park system. The highest point within Morris County is located along the Pine Swamp Trail and is 1395 feet above sea level.

Duke Farms

Size: 
2740 acres

Location

Duke Farms
80 US Highway 206
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
United States
Phone: (908) 243-3600
40° 33' 16.5096" N, 74° 36' 57.9384" W

Duke Farms is a Hillsborough, New Jersey estate that was founded by James Buchanan Duke, the founder of Duke Power and the American Tobacco Company. The estate was most recently the home of Duke's daughter, Doris, who inherited the estate when she was 12 years old and it was her main residence until her death in 1992. The estate is now owned by the Duke Farms Foundation.

Tenkiller State Park

Size: 
1190 acres

Location

Tenkiller State Park
State Park Road
Gore, OK 74435
United States
Phone: (918) 489-5641
35° 36' 24.9444" N, 95° 1' 47.3052" W

Tenkiller State Park is an Oklahoma state park located in northwestern Sequoyah County. The park has been nicknamed the "heaven in the hills" and a central feature is Lake Tenkiller.

Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge

Size: 
53000 acres

Location

Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge
16450 Northwest 31st Place
Chiefland, FL 32626
United States
Phone: (352) 493-0238
29° 22' 29.6652" N, 83° 2' 36.2868" W

Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge is located on the west coast of Florida in Dixie and Levy counties. The refuge protects one of the largest river delta systems in the United States and includes twenty miles of the Suwannee River estuary and twenty miles of coastline on the Gulf of Mexico.

Brunet Island State Park

Size: 
1225 acres

Location

Brunet Island State Park
23125 255th South
Cornell, WI 54732
United States
Phone: (715) 239-6888
45° 10' 52.8168" N, 91° 10' 10.3656" W

Brunet Island State Park is located on an island on Chippewa and Fisher rivers. It is part of the Wisconsin state park system and was developed in the late 1930s. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) contributed to the construction of the park.

Big Spring State Park

Size: 
382 acres

Location

Big Spring State Park
1 Scenic Drive
Big Spring, TX 79720
United States
Phone: (432) 263-4931
32° 13' 59.8188" N, 101° 29' 20.0688" W

Big Spring State Park is located in Big Spring, Texas at the former site of a natural spring. The original natural Big Spring was replaced with an artificial spring. A 200-foot bluff is a prominent natural feature within Big Spring.

Talladega National Forest

Size: 
392567 acres

Location

Talladega National Forest
1001 North Street
Talladega, AL 35160
United States
Phone: (256) 362-2909
33° 26' 34.6416" N, 86° 4' 45.7104" W

Talladega National Forest is located in the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains in Alabama. The National Forest was established in 1936 on lands that had been very abused and highly eroded due to over logging. Talladega has experienced regrowth and now represents a vibrant pine forest with a diverse ecosystem.