Lake

Hickory Run State Park

Size: 
15990 acres

Location

Hickory Run State Park
Rt. 534
Saylorsville, PA 18353
United States
Phone: (570) 443-0400
41° 1' 55.4052" N, 75° 40' 44.364" W

Hickory Run State Park is located in the western foothills of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. A notable feature of the park is the Boulder Field, which is a large boulder-strewn area and recognized as a National Natural Landmark. Hickory Run State Park was chosen as one of "Twenty Must-See Pennsylvania State Parks" by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Bureau of Parks.

Bald Eagle State Park

Size: 
5900 acres

Location

Bald Eagle State Park
149 Main Park Rd.
Howard, PA 16841
United States
Phone: (814) 625-2775
41° 1' 54.4908" N, 77° 38' 48.2388" W

The Bald Eagle State Park is located in Bald Eagle Valley of Pennsylvania. The park features the 1,730-acre Foster Joseph Sayers Reservoir in the shadow of Bald Eagle Mountain.

The lake and its 23 miles of shoreline provide a range of recreational opportunities. A 369-slip marina and multiple launches provide extensive access for boating. Fishing is also very popular with bass, perch, catfish and muskellunge being common catches for anglers.

Lewis Morris Park

Size: 
1154 acres

Location

Lewis Morris Park
270 Mendham Rd.
Morristown, NJ 07960
United States
Phone: (973) 267-4351
40° 47' 31.5132" N, 74° 31' 11.8704" W

Lewis Morris Park is named after the first Governor of the State of New Jersey. The park was opened in 1958 and was the first park in the Morris County Park System. Lewis Morris Park is located near the Jockey Hollow section of Morristown National Historical Park.

Bear Mountain State Park

Size: 
5067 acres

Location

Bear Mountain State Park
Perkins Memorial Drive
Bear Mountain, NY 10911
United States
Phone: (845) 786-2701
41° 17' 56.4144" N, 73° 59' 32.6472" W

Bear Mountain State Park is located in Rockland County, New York along the west bank of the Hudson River. The Perkins Memorial Tower atop Bear Mountain provides breathtaking views of the surrounding region.

High Point State Park

Size: 
15827 acres

Location

High Point State Park
1480 Route 23
Sussex, NJ 07461
United States
Phone: (973) 875-4800
41° 17' 20.3064" N, 74° 39' 21.8664" W

High Point State Park is located in the northwestern part of New Jersey in what is known as the Skylands Region. It includes the is the highest point in the state of New Jersey at 1,803 feet, which also happens to be the highest peak of the Kittatinny Mountains.

The peak is just southeast of Port Jervis, New York is marked by High Point Monument, a 220-foot tower, built in 1930. From High Point, three different states can be seen: New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

Hopatcong State Park

Size: 
159 acres

Location

Hopatcong State Park
6 Lakeside Boulevard
Landing, NJ 07850
United States
Phone: (973) 398-7010
40° 54' 16.596" N, 74° 39' 51.3072" W

Lake Hopatcong is located in Morris County, New Jersey and was originally created to provide water to the Morris Canal. It is nine miles long and covered by 2500 acres of freshwater. Lake Musconetcong was also created as a water source for the canal system and today provides many recreational opportunities as part of the park.

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.