The most immediately visible feature of Cape May Point State Park is the 157-foot-high Cape May Lighthouse. Climbing the 199 steps to the top of the lighthouse offers visitors a panoramic view of New Jersey's southern-most point.
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.
Hacklebarney State Park is a New Jersey state park located between Long Valley and Chester in Morris County. The park is located in a glacial valley carved by the Black River and its tributaries Trout Brook and Rinehart Brook.
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.