A small, scenic tributary of the Delaware River, Adams Creek flows for about two and a half miles through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Here you will find a great hiking trail and places to swim or cliff jump over a waterfall.
The Atsion Mansion was built in 1826 as a summer home for Samuel Richards. Richards, who a prominent ironmaster from Philadelphia, was the operator of the Atsion furnace along the Mullica River. Today the mansion appears as it was back in 1826.
Relax and enjoy camping at Baker's Acres, for the time of your life in Spring, Summer and Fall. We offer over 300 large and shaded campsites set amidst 60 acres of mountain laurel and natural splendor at the edge of the beautiful NJ Pines.
The forested acres of Belleplain include stands of young pine, oak and Atlantic white cedar, reflecting better soil conditions and less damage by fire than found in the Pine Barrens just north of the forest. Belleplain State Forest was established in
Dorbrook Recreation Area features 535 acres which include playgrounds, tennis, horseshoes, swimming pools, a Sprayground, an inline rink, basketball, open fields, and 2.4 miles of paved trail for walking, biking, and in-line skating.
The Metedeconk River of southeastern New Jersey flows from its North Branch and its South Branch to their confluence at Forge Pond, where the river then widens and flows southeast for 6 miles into the Barnegat Bay.
Nestled in the small historic town of Little York, New Jersey, Mountain View Campground consumes 200 acres of natural woods and meadows in a beautiful, quiet, and peaceful setting of the Highlands Region of Hunterdon County.