Camping

Allaire State Park

Size: 
3199 acres

Location

Allaire State Park
County Rt. 524
Howell, NJ 07731
United States
Phone: (732) 938-2371
40° 9' 25.7904" N, 74° 7' 31.5948" W

Allaire State Park is located in the New Jersey coastal plain region and the Manasquan River is a prominent feature. The river a popular spot for fishing and canoeing and its floodplain provides habitat for over 200 species of plants. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife and is a frequent resting place for migratory birds.

Brendan T. Byrne State Forest

Size: 
36647 acres

Location

Brendan T. Byrne State Forest
Barnegat Road
New Lisbon, NJ 08063
United States
Phone: (609) 726-1191
39° 53' 41.6292" N, 74° 34' 30.8568" W

The Brendan T Byrne State Forest is located in the Pine Barrens of Southern New Jersey. It was formerly known as Lebanon State Forest and consists of over 36,000 acres of native pine forests, swamps and streams.

New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve

Location

Pinelands National Reserve Shamong, NJ 08088
United States
39° 44' 57.9624" N, 74° 43' 7.5" W

Jenny Jump State Forest

Size: 
4324 acres

Location

Jenny Jump State Forest
P.O. Box 150
Hope, NJ 07844
United States
Phone: (908) 459-4366
40° 54' 30.8124" N, 74° 55' 37.8732" W

Jenny Jump State Forest is a New Jersey state park in Warren County. Within the park is Jenny Jump Mountain, which is 1,112 feet high and has 6-mile long ridge. The park is known for large glacial boulders and outcroppings formed by the Wisconsin glaciation approximately 21,000 years ago.

Stephens State Park

Size: 
805 acres

Locations

Stephen & Allamuchy Mountain State Park
800 Willow Grove St.
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
United States
Phone: (908) 852-3790
Stephens State Park
800 Willow Grove St.
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
United States
Phone: (908) 852-3790
40° 52' 9.4476" N, 74° 48' 36.612" W

Stephens State Park is located in Hackettstown, New Jersey and is near the larger Allamuchy Mountain State Park. A major feature of Stephens State Park is the rocky Musconetcong River which flows through the park and offers exceptional fresh water fishing. Along Waterloo Road at Saxton Falls are the remains of a lock and part of the tow path from the Morris Canal.