The Abbott Marshlands is a pristine freshwater marsh adjoining the Delaware River. Just moments outside the City of Trenton, visitors may fish in Spring Lake, kayak the marsh, hike the wooded trails, and enjoy nature.
Many activities are allowed within the park. Seasonal hunting/fishing, boating (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).
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.
Princeton crew has a tradition of rowing excellence reflected in it's multi-million dollar boathouse shown above. Lake Carnegie is further evidence of the historical commitment to Princeton rowing teams as it was made and donated to the university lo
This 312-acre park features a diverse collection of habitats and terrain. With upland forests and meadows, freshwater streams and wetlands, creek shoreline and the 22-acre Smithville Lake, visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing and picn
John A. Roebling Park is part of the Abbott Marshlands, a pristine freshwater marsh adjoining the Delaware River. Just moments outside the City of Trenton, visitors to Roebling Park may fish in Spring Lake, kayak the marsh, & hike the wooded trails.
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.
Timberline Lake is a family campground in the NJ Pine Barrens, 25 minutes from Atlantic City, with 130 acres and 185 shaded and wooded campsites.. They offer full hookup campsites, cabins, and RV rentals and are open from May 1 to Oct 15.
Features of this park include a picnic pavilion with grills and picnic tables, new playground equipment, dock and boat launch and open space for sports and games. Located on Cranbury Road adjacent to Grover's Mill Pond.