The Barnegat Lighthouse contains picnic areas, trails along the inlet and to the beach, and of course the lighthouse itself. During the warmer months of the year, you are able to climb the lighthouse for a great view.
Formerly known as Lebanon State Forest, visitors are greeted by the fresh scent of pines. Today, hikers can follow the sandy trails and roads that crisscross the forest, sometimes passing near the remains of stone or brick structures.
Bunker Hill Bogs is a wildlife recreation area in Jackson, NJ. It was dedicated as an official park in 2009 after many hours of hard work by the Jackson Pathfinders. You will find fishing, paddling, and walking opportunities.
Colliers Mills Wildlife Management Area is located in Ocean County, New Jersey. The WMA is a great example of NJ Pine Barrens habitat and provides a range of natural habitat pitch pine and scrub oak forests, swamps and lakes. Colliers Mill Lake and S
Jakes Branch County Park offers a balance of active and passive recreation opportunities. The nature center in the park will highlight the beauty, history, and natural surroundings of the Pine Barrens.
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.
Located on the beautiful Manasquan River where the former Point Pleasant Hospital once stood. This facility offers a Pavilion with picnic area and charcoal grills, walking pier, bocce court, large playground, open field area and benches.