Flatbrook-Roy Wildlife Management Area


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Park Overview:

Managed for hunting and fishing; hiking permitted. East of Stokes State Forest in the Delaware River recreational area.

Trail Uses:Hiking
Dogs:Dogs on leash
Trail Miles:
Park Acreage:2090 acres
Walpack & Sandyston
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Buy Book:Kittatinny Trails - Hiking Guide Book

Park Description:

Noted for its trout streams, the Flatbrook WMA contains 2,090 acres adjoining Stokes State Forest to its west.

  • The Three Bridges area on Mountain Road within the Flatbrook-Roy Wildlife Management Area is closed to vehicular traffic indefinately. The decision to close the road was made based on concerns form the Department of Transportation engineers regarding the structural integrety of the bridges.
    • Sportsmen can still access this area via foot and can park along Mountain Road before the bridge closures, and can also use alternate routes via Brook Road from Route 560 or Mountain Road from Walpack Center (View Map).
Trails Overview:

No marked trails.  See topographical map link below.   Hikers can also purchase the Culvers Gap USGS topographical quadrangle map; or free scanned copies are available at the USGS web site


In the Delaware River recreational area.  Parking is available on a road leading east from County 615 [Kuhn Road], just north of Peters Valley Craft Center on County 615 about 0.2 mile east of the intersection with County 640.  Topographical map showing several parking areas can be found at: Table of Wildlife Management Areas

Contact Information:NJ DEP, Division of Fish & Wildlife