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Worthington State Forest
Take US 80 west to last exit in New Jersey [Millbrook/Flatbrookville]. At bottom of ramp, turn right on Old Mine Road, the park office is three miles on left. Another parking area with trail heads can be reached by taking the "Rest Area" exit about a mile before the Delaware River bridge, and before Exit 1. Continue past the rest area to the parking lot for the Dunnfield Creek Natural Area.
Kittatinny Point Visitor Center, Columbia, NJ 07832 -- GPS Coordinates: 40.970860, -75.129848
Located within the boundaries of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Worthington State Forest features a number of rugged trails, including popular hikes to Mount Tammany and Sunfish Pond.
These trails are among the most heavily used in New Jersey, with the summit of Mount Tammany and Sunfish Pond being popular destinations. The Appalachian Trail runs through the center of the forest, and many other trails connect to it, making possible a variety of loop hikes. There are ten marked trails, many of them rugged, ranging from 0.4 to 6.9 miles.
Click on the Web Map link on this site for a NJ State Park Service Map.
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Located within the boundaries of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Worthington State Forest contains some of the most rugged terrain in the state. Comprising the southern part of the Kittatinny Ridge, the state forest extends approximately seven miles along the ridge. Among the forest's features is a glacial lake, Sunfish Pond.
At the southern end of the forest is the Dunnfield Creek Natural Area [1,085 acres]. The creek tumbles over a waterfall on its way from Mount Tammany to the Delaware River.