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Best Parks to Visit in New Jersey

Megha Dahake Nov 02, 2020
Allaire State Park is famed for its 19th-century iron making city, Allaire Village, and its traditional steam trains on the Pine Creek Railroad. You can choose from an array of things to do in the Park from climbing to horse riding and camping.
Allaire State Park
Bass River State Forest is a 23,563 acres state park located in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. It serves as a home ground for various rejuvenating feats from climbing to swimming, boating, canoeing, and camping.
Bass River State Forest
Belleplain State Forest is a 21,320-acre New Jersey State Forest in northern Cape May County and eastern Cumberland County. It is profusely occupied with young pine, oak, Atlantic white cedar trees, and attractive sceneries.
Belleplain State Forest
Earlier identified as Lebanon State Forest, it is a 37,242 acres state forest in the New Jersey Pine Barren amid Burlington and Ocean Regions. There are 25 miles of trails to be explored in this Forest.
Brendan T. Byrne State Forest
The park’s frequently varying coastline, banks, shoreline swampland and pools make it a famous spot for watching fall bird migration.
Cape May Point State Park
You can experience climbing, mountain biking, boating, swimming, and beach-combing on this site.
The 341-acre Corson's Inlet State Park was founded in 1969 to guard one of the embryonic zones of the plot beside the state's oceanfront.
Corson's Inlet State Park
The wildlife species found here are least terns, black skimmers, sandpipers, herons, gulls, sanderlings and ducks.
The Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park is amongst central New Jersey’s famous frivolous sites for canoeing, running, climbing, cycling, angling and horse riding with a tint of attractive vista.
Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park
The park serves as a guarding seat for around 8000 acres of vital natural, artistic, and envoys the Pinelands National Reserve which also exhibits the Pine Barrens past.
Double Trouble State Park
Located in Pennsville, Salem County, Fort Mott State Park skins the Delaware River which  is an admirable site for open-air ventures like fishing.
Fort Mott State Park
Fort Mott was section of a shoreline guarding system fabricated for the Delaware River.
Hacklebarney State Park is a state park in New Jersey, situated amid Long Valley and Chester in Morris County.
Hacklebarney State Park
The park skins numerous climbing trails tucked around remarkable landscape, pools, and cascades, and wildlife species including black bear, fox, deer, squirrels, and woodchuck.
Barnegat Lighthouse State Park is situated on the northern tip of Long Beach Island in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States.
Barnegat Lighthouse State Park
The park has various features comprising the Barnegat Lighthouse and the Barnegat Lighthouse Interpretive Center.