Assunpink Wildlife Management Area

Clarksburg-Robbinsville Rd., Robbinsville, New Jersey 08691


Updated: 2016-06-02 14:31:04 Short URL: gonj.me/220efj
The Assunpink Wildlife Management area is located in extreme western Monmouth County, in the approximate geographic center of the state. Despite its proximity to encroaching development, it is still a haven for wildlife native to the area, as well as a stopover for migrating birds. Assunpinks 5,700 acres offer many attractions to the human population as well.[1] Many activities are allowed within the park. Seasonal hunting/fishing, boating[2] (kayaking/roof top launch plus small electric engines), horseback riding, an RC field and seasonal mountain biking (you can only bike during the warmer months). [1]: Description taken from trails.com [2]: A NJ Boat Ramp Maintenance Permit is required to launch within this park. You can read all the rules and regulations here.

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Activities:
  • Equestrian / Horseback
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Jogging / Running
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paddling - Kayak/Canoe/Row boat
  • Walking
  • Skiing / Snowboarding
Amenities:
  • Bathrooms
  • Boat Launch
  • Picnic / Sitting Area
  • RC Flying Field
Trails:
  • Flat / Easy
  • Surface Type: Crushed rock
Parks & Gardens:
  • State Park

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