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Recreational Opportunities

Where can I experience the Pinelands?

BATONA TrailThis on-line guide contains links to web sites of places to visit and facilities located in and around the Pinelands. These locations and organizations offer numerous recreational opportunities, including canoeing, camping, hiking, access to historic sites, wildlife viewing, and educational experiences.

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NJ State Parks & Forests

Allaire State Park
Bass River State Forest
Brendan T. Byrne State Forest
Belleplain State Forest
Double Trouble State Park
Forest Resources Education Center
Island Beach State Park
Penn State Forest
Wharton State Forest

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Wildlife Refuges & Wildlife Management Areas

Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge
Cape May National Wildlife Refuge

State Wildlife Management Areas located in the Pinelands

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County Parks

Atlantic County Division of Parks and Recreation
Estell Manor 
Weymouth Furnace

Burlington County Division of Parks 
Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail

Ocean County Parks & Recreation
Jakes Branch (Berkeley Twp.)
Wells Mills County Park (Ocean Twp.)

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Educational Facilities & Nonprofit Organizations

Lighthouse Center for Natural Resource Education
The Nature Conservancy 
New Jersey Conservation Foundation (Franklin Parker Preserve)
Pinelands Preservation Alliance
Pinelands Institute for Natural & Environmental Studies (P.I.N.E.S.)
Rancocas Nature Center
Tuckerton Seaport
The Wetlands Institute
Whitesbog Preservation Trust
Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

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Historic Sites

Allaire Village (Allaire State Park)
Atsion Village (Wharton State Forest)
Batsto Village (Wharton State Forest
Whitesbog Village (Brendan T. Byrne State Forest)

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Trails - Hiking, Biking & Driving

Hiking
Batona Trail - Hiking trail approximately 50 miles in length, links Brendan T. Byrne, Wharton, and Bass River State Forests.
Batona Trail Guide (pdf.) 
Batona Hiking Club

Biking
Pine Barrens River Ramble - Burlington and Atlantic Counties (pdf 8.6 mb)
Burlington County Bikeways - (pdf 1.5 mb)
High Point to Cape May Bike Route - (pdf 49.15 mb)

Driving
New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail

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