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Double Trouble State Park
|Park Overview:|| |
There is only speculation about how Double Trouble State Park was named. But it is not just an intriguing name that should draw visitors.
|Trail Uses:||Hiking, Mountain biking, Bridle path|
|Trail Miles:||5.3 miles|
|Park Acreage:||7881 acres|
|Lacey and Berkeley |
|Park Description:|| |
Located a few miles south of Toms River, Double Trouble State Park is a captivating blend of natural and cultural history. Productive cranberry bogs and a restored village are on what once was a thriving nineteenth century lumbering operation. The restored village contains 14 historic structures, including a sawmill, pickers’ cottages, a cranberry sorting and packing house, a general store, and a one-room schoolhouse built in 1890.
|Trails Overview:|| |
There are over five miles of "official" trails on the trail map.
None of these trails are blazed or named other than on the map. In addition there are many miles of unmarked sand roads.
Trail Guides are available at the trailhead in the historic village.
Share your favorite hike(s) with Trail Conference web site visitors. We are especially interested in hikes from The Pinelands Region where this park is located. Click for further information and a submission form.
|Contact Information:||NJ DEP, Division of Parks and Forestry |