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A long route on mostly woods roads to a fire tower, or take it easy with short trails, picnic tables and playgrounds.

Trail surface: Moderate. Lots of level woods roads, with some steep sections. This park is multi-use.

  • This route: 9.3 miles.
  • Shorter: YELLOW, RED, and ORANGE are all under 1.2 miles each and can be used to for smaller loops


Our two cents - This is a long, remote, mostly shady route through dense forest with a lookout tower in the middle of the hike. The tower is basically the only view until getting back to the stream at the end. For that reason we recommended this route only for avid hikers who enjoy simply being in the woods. Beginners or casual hikers should stick to the shorter trails around the Musconetcong River in the main part of the park.

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