Belleplain State Forest

Belleplain State Forest

Pinelands Region

39.249325, -74.841192

A state forest used for recreation, timber production, wildlife management and water conservation.

Established in 1928, Belleplain State Forest consists of lowland hardwood swamps, former agricultural area, stands of cedar, plantations of evergreens, and marshes. In the 1930s, three Civilian Conservation Corps camps were established on the property. In addition to constructing the nature center and maintenance buildings, the corps created much of the road system, bridges, and dams, and...

Park Acreage:

21320.00 acres

Municipality:

Woodbine

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Contact Information

Web Link:

NJ DEP, Division of Parks and Forestry

Phone:

(609) 861-2404

Fees:

Some times and places; check with park

Dogs in park:

Not available

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