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Atlantic County Park at Lake Lenape
6303 Old Harding Highway

Lake Lenape Park is located on the western side of Lake Lenape encompassing nearly two thousand acres of land, all the way up to the Black Horse Pike. Park offers hiking, camping and nature center. 160 different species of birds. Boaters must comply with state regulations and laws. No personal watercraft are permitted. Contact the park office for Boat Permit information at 625-8219.
Atlantic County Park at Lake Lenape
Atlantic County Park at Weymouth
Weymouth Rte. 59/Rte 322

Hiking, camping and nature center, more than 100 different species of birds.
Atlantic County Park at Weymouth
Bass River State Forest
762 Stage Road

Camping, swimming, boating and fishing. Family outdoor activities.
Bass River State Forest
Cape May County Park & Zoo
707 N Route 9

128 wooded acres featuring an 85 acres zoo, tree-lined paths, natural and season gardens, picnic areas, playgrounds, bike trails and a pond for fishing.
Cape May County Park & Zoo
Cape May National Wildlife Refuge
24 Kimbles Beach Rd.

Cape May National Wildlife Refuge ensures critical habitat for wildlife and hundreds of thousands of migrating birds each year. dThe refuge encompasses 11,500 acres within the Cape May Peninsula.

Habitats such as grasslands, saltmarshes, bogs, maritime forests, and beachfront are home to a variety of wildlife including State and Federally threatened and endangered species.
Cape May National Wildlife Refuge
Corson's Inlet State Park
Route 550

Corson's Inlet State Park is 98 acres of undeveloped land at the southern tip of Ocean City, a popular spot for fishing, hiking and beachgoing. The park has a public boat ramp used by fishermen and personal watercraft. A system of trails lets hikers explore the dune system, and the remote beaches provide a chance to escape the summer crowds.
Corson's Inlet State Park
Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge
Great Creek Road

The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge inhabits more than 43,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats that are actively protected and managed for migratory birds. Forsythe is one of more than 500 refuges in the National Wildlife Refuge System administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Visited by 275 species of birds, including rare birds like the piping plover.
Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge
Estell Manor Park & Nature Center
Route 50

Hiking trails that wind past tidal wetlands and uplands. Warren E. Fox Nature Center contains environmental displays. Call for guided hiking tours.
Estell Manor Park & Nature Center
Historic Gardner's Basin
800 North New Hampshire Avenue

Spend the day at the bay at Historic Gardner’s Basin, nestled on a protected channel along the back bays, directly across from the state marina and Coast Guard station. This bayside park offers shopping, dining, fishing and sightseeing boat rides for all ages.

From distinctive hand-crafted gifts in the Crafters Village and unique boutiques, to dolphin-watching and sightseeing cruises, Historic Gardner's Basin is the perfect destination to spend a delightful hour, an afternoon or the day by the bay.

This maritime park on North New Hampshire Avenue replaces the hustle and bustle of the Boardwalk with a different type of activity. Sightseeing and fishing cruises come and go from the docks, the restaurants serve up seafood and ale house brews, the Atlantic City Aquarium offers an interactive aquarium and special events attract thousands.
Historic Gardner's Basin
Island Beach State Park
Rte. 35 South

Coast guard station interpretive center. Exhibits on park's flora & fauna, barrier island ecology and Barnegat Bay watershed. Special birding kayak tours. Spot nesting ospreys, northern harrier and peregrine falcons.
Island Beach State Park
Wetlands Institute
1075 Stone Harbor Blvd.

The Wetlands Institute offers fun educational experiences and research programs that connect children, adults, families, educators and scientists with New Jersey’s wetlands and coastal environments.
Wetlands Institute
Wharton State Forest
4110 Nesco Rd.

Over 110,000 acres with picnic areas, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, campsites, wilderness campsites, cabins, and Batsto Village.
Wharton State Forest
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