New Jersey is more then just a home for many of us. It is a place to play, explore, have an adventure, and much more. In the north you have hills and valleys. In the south you have shore towns and pines. In between, you have a mix of both.
Plainsboro Preserve was created as a partnership between Middlesex County, Plainsboro Township and the New Jersey Audubon Society to preserve and provide accessibility to one of the region's most significant ecological legacies.
Portions of Prospertown Lake border the Prospertown Wildlife Management area while another section borders the Six Flags amusement park. The lake is only about 80 acres large but features a number of inlets and coves to explore.
This hilly forest is a sanctuary for wildlife. Hikers and mountain bikers enjoy miles of challenging trails. Many trails offer a view of the New York City skyline. Birdwatchers are attracted to the forest for its ponds, streams and marshes that provi
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.
Located on West Manor Way & Gordon Road, this park features a playground, walking/jogging paths, soccer fields, lacrosse fields and is home to the Robbinsville Soccer Association and Robbinsville Lacrosse Association.
The seven-mile stretch of spectacular ocean and bay beaches on the "Jersey Shore" are excellent for surf casting, swimming, and relaxing on the sand. Nature lovers will revel in the 300 plus species of migratory birds and more.
These 'falls' are caused by an old stone and wood beam diversion dam originally built sometime in the 1800s for a mill located on the Jersey side. Now this area is loved by boaters for the great rapid.