6 edition of New Jersey parks, forests, and natural areas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -240) and index.
|Statement||Michael P. Brown.|
|LC Classifications||GV191.42.N5 B76 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||97017780|
The NJspots New Jersey State Parks & Forests Map is a perfect resource to help you search for your next adventure. Discover your favorite parks, recreation areas, and forests around New Jersey. Plan your next adventure to hike, bike, boat, or picnic anywhere around New Jersey. An Act concerning the continued operation of certain State parks, sites, and areas, and supplementing Title 13 of the Revised Statutes. Be It Enacted by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey: 1. a. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall develop a plan for the continued operation of all State parks and forests, State recreation areas, State historic sites, State.
The United States has protected areas known as National Forests covering ,, acres (, km 2 /, sq. mi). The National Forests are managed by the U.S. Forest Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The first National Forest was established as the Yellowstone Park Timber and Land Reserve on Ma , then in the Department of the Interior. New Jersey’s 39 state parks, 11 forests, 4 recreation areas, 42 natural areas and 57 historic sites, representing New Jersey’s natural and cultural legacy, are situated on over , protected acres. Three types of passes are available: Annual State Park Pass, available for $50, provides free entrance for one calendar year to the state.
Pigeon Swamp State Park is a 1,acre ( km 2) New Jersey state park located on Deans Rhode Hall Road (Middlesex CR) in South Brunswick, in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United is an undeveloped park, with a mix of habitats including open ponds and uplands hardwood forests. It also includes a good example of an inner coastal plain lowland deciduous hardwood forest. New Jersey Pinelands Southeastern New Jersey, NJ. This is truly a special place. It's classified as a United States Biosphere Reserve and in was established by Congress as the country’s first National Reserve. It includes portions of seven southern New Jersey counties, and encompasses over one-million acres of farms, forests and wetlands.
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This books lists almost parks, forests and other natural areas throughout the state of NJ and describes the recreational activities and facilities at each. Activities include fishing, boating, hunting, picnicing, camping, swimming and more. Also included are phone numbers for administrative offices and town recreational departments/5(2).
Get this from a library. New Jersey parks, forests, and natural areas: a guide. [Michael P Brown] -- Describes more than parks, forests, and natural areas, providing information on location, fees, hours, seasons, acreage, special facilities, activities, and regulations.
A guide which lists almost parks, forests and natural areas throughout New Jersey, from national, state and county parks, to large parks in cities and nature reserves.
Special attention is paid to the activities that families can enjoy together. PARK ADVISORY: No Smoking in New Jersey state parks, forests, historic sites, marinas andrecreation areas. As of Januthe smoking of tobacco and use of electronic smoking (vaping) devices is prohibited in all state parks, forests, historic sites, marinas and recreation areas.
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An Invitation to Explore New Jersey's State Parks, Forests, Recreation Areas and Historic Sites Experience first-hand New Jersey's natural and historic world. Discover the many special places in this astoundingly diverse state. Visit New Jersey's state parks forest, recreation areas and historic buildings and villages.
The New Jersey Legislature established the Natural Areas System within the Department of Environmental Protection inrealizing that the development and alteration of habitats in New Jersey ultimately leads to the loss of species, vegetative communities and natural ecosystems that contribute immeasurably to our quality of life.
New Jersey State Parks, Forests & Historic Sites, Trenton, NJ. 61, likes 1, talking about this were here. Welcome to the Official Facebook page for the New Jersey Division of Parks &.
New Jersey Parks, Forests, and Natural Areas is a guide to more than outdoor destinations in the Garden State. New Jersey’s State parks, forests, and recreation areas. This revised report updates the original June report by adding new information and more extended explanations of key points and also addressing some analytic and data issues in the earlier report.
The study covers the State. Parks of the Shore region in New Jersey. Featuring Swan Point State Natural Area, Manasquan River State Wildlife Management Area, Sedge Islands State Wildlife Management Area, Jackson State Forest, Lebanon State Forest, Allaire State Park, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Double Trouble State Park.
New Jersey Parks Visitor Reviews 8/3/ PM Belleplain State Forest by Kristene The best park to visit - The CCC campground area is the best part of the Belleplain State Forest Very clean park and very friendly atmosphere Workers keep the park looking great considering its in the woods. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
Week of 08/30/ - 09/05/ Carnivorous Plants Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, Pakim Pond. The NJ Division of Parks & Forestry operates dozens of State Parks, Forests, Recreation Areas and Historic Sites all throughout the state that offer a near endless array of outdoor activities and recreational opportunities.
Experience first-hand New Jersey's natural and historic world. Discover the many special places in this astoundingly varied state. Visit New Jersey's state parks forest. PARKS & FORESTRY The Division of Parks and Forestry oversees more than 60 parks citywide and is responsible for the maintenance and care of playgrounds and other properties as well.
From tree trimming to tree removal, installation, and repair of playground equipment, landscaping, maintenance of all city pools, ball fields, basketball and tennis courts, Parks and Forestry workers are hard at. (May 27) Division of Parks, Forestry and Recreation was re-established in the Department of Conservation and Economic Development and authorized to develop, improve, protect, manage and administer all State forests, parks, recreation areas, historic sites, and natural areas.
New Jersey Historic Trust established. The New Jersey State Park Service is accepting reservations for select family tent and trailer campsites until Decem at the following locations: Allaire State Park, Bass River State Forest, Belleplain State Forest, Cheesequake State Park, High Point State Park, Spruce Run Recreation Area, Stokes State Forest, Swartswood State Park.
Pet Friendly Campsites The New Jersey State Park Service is once again welcoming pets and their owners to select campgrounds within the NJ State parks/forests. The fee for the pet friendly campsites is $5 per night. Bass River, Belleplain, Brendan Byrne (formerly Lebanon), Cheesequake, High Point, Parvin, Round Valley Recreation Area, Stephens, Stokes, Swartswood.
The "Empty Sky" 9/11 Memorial - Liberty State Park. A visit to New Jersey State Parks is a journey that encompasses hundreds of thousands of acres of forests, recreation areas, education centers, and historic sites that offer visitors a vast variety of outdoor activities.
Natural Areas and National Natural Landmarks. A N atural Area is an area within a state park of unique scenic, geologic, or ecological value which will be maintained in a natural condition by allowing physical and biological processes to operate usually without direct human intervention. These areas are set aside to: Provide locations for scientific observation of natural systems.Also found on the New Jersey side of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is Van Campen Glen Falls.
The falls are the culmination of Vancampens Brook's race through a beautiful ravine.14 Secret Spots In New Jersey Where Nature Will Completely Relax You.
The natural beauty of New Jersey often gets overlooked by outsiders. We’re seen as a mass of freeways and factories, but that’s far from the case. Residents know the truth – incredible landscapes can be found throughout the state.