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New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve

Consisting of 1.1 million acres spread throughout New Jersey, the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve was established as the country's first national preserve. Taking up more than 20 percent of New Jersey's land area, primarily comprised of the New Jersey Pine Barrens.

It also offers numerous outdoor activities and recreation throughout areas like Wharton State Forest, Bass River State Forest, and more. Day-trippers from New York and Philadelphia can explore the preserve's rich historical heritage, hiking trails, and beach access conveniently located near Williamstown.