Spruce Run Recreation Area

68 Van Syckel's Road, Clinton, New Jersey 08809, Hunterdon County,


Spruce Run Recreation Area At A Glance...


About Spruce Run Recreation Area

Surrounded by the rolling hills of Hunterdon County, Spruce Run Recreation Area is popular with picnickers, swimmers, fishermen, boaters and campers. The reservoir was one of the first water supply facilities to be constructed and operated by the state and covers 1,290 acres with 15 miles of shoreline for recreation. There are many waterfront (and close to waterfront) campsites available, as well as a boat rental area. Spruce Run is the third largest reservoir in the state after the Round Valley and Wanaque reservoirs.


  • Activities:
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
      Walking really
    • Jogging / Running
    • Paddling - Kayak, Canoe, row boat
    • Playing in the playground
    • Swimming
    • Walking
    Amenities:
    • Bathrooms
    • Beach
    • Boat launch
    • Picnic / Sitting Area
    • Benches
    • Grills / Firering
    • Picnic shelter(s)
    • Picnic tables
    • Playground
    Camping:
    • 0-0 All Campgrounds and RV parks
    • Drive-up camping
    Trails:
    • Flat / Easy
    Park Type:
    • State Parks
    • Recreation
    Rules/Regulations:
    • Alcohol *NOT Permitted*


Contact / Location

Primary Address:
Directions 68 Van Syckel's Road
Clinton, New Jersey 08809
Hunterdon County
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