New Jersey State Parks
A list of the State Parks in New Jersey
Voorhees State Park | 251 County Road 513, Glen Gardner, New Jersey 08826-3214, Hunterdon County, | GetOutsideNJ.com (v3.0.3)
We have only visited Hacklebarney State Park one time since finding it a few years ago, and we can not wait to get back. The primary trails are well kept, somewhat challenging, but are not so hard that you will be hurting. The streams, water falls, and the Black River are amazing for fishing, sightseeing, and just enjoying the sounds of rushing water. You will also find a few playgrounds for the little ones to work off the rest of their energy. It is just a great park!
Cheesequake State Park has great hiking trails, campsites, a bike trail, swimming areas, fishing area, nature programs and more. The trails are well maintained and well marked. The campground has large sites, and clean bathrooms. Their picnic areas are large with ample room for everyone.
Featured Place: Round Valley Recreation Area - This weeks featured park is one of our favorite parks in NJ. This park is simply great. The hiking challenging.. The biking kicks your butt.. The fishing is great.. Paddling here rocks.. Did we mention camping? That is here as well.