Double Trouble State Park

Double Trouble State Park

39.89849, -74.257967

There is only speculation about how Double Trouble State Park was named. But it is not just an intriguing name that should draw visitors.

Located a few miles south of Toms River, Double Trouble State Park is a captivating blend of natural and cultural history. Active 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...

Park Acreage:

8495.00 acres

Municipality:

Lacey and Berkeley Townships

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Contact Information

Web Link:

NJ DEP, Division of Parks and Forestry

Phone:

(732) 341-4098

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

Not available

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