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De bedste parker i Sussex County

Park
“This 70,000-acre park is named for the point at which the Delaware River cuts through Kittatinny Mountain.”
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Park
“A lake, forested hills, mountains & 60+ miles of trails allow for year-round outdoor recreation.”
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Campground
“The view from High Point Monument, at 1,803 feet above sea level, is a spectacular panorama of rich farmland and forest, soft hills and lush valleys in three states. The blue line of the Delaware River divides the verdant ridges of New Jersey from those of Pennsylvania. High Point offers superb trails for hikers and skiers and quiet spots for campers and anglers.”
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Park
“Great education center for kids, all about nature and local animals. Great trails. it's FREE to do the trails, small fee for the animal exhibit”
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Park
“George W. Childs Recreation Site is located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area and has cascading waterfalls along with a picnic area, bathroom facilities, and a short hiking trail along the falls. The site contains three main waterfalls: Factory Falls, Fulmer Falls and Deer Leap Falls.”
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Park
“Easy hiking on a boardwalk trail varied views of marsh and woodlands. Family friendly. ”
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Campground
“Something like 25 miles of trails! All sorts of terrain and historic iron mine workings. ”
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Park
“We highly recommend the park and especially the bike and walking trails. A great place to bike, hike and more! Located close to us at: 142-170 Goodale Rd, Newton, NJ 07860 which is only a 10-minute drive! The Kittatinny Valley is a relatively flat expanse situated between the Kittatinny Mountains to the west and the Highlands to the east. Two rail trails pass through the valley. Kittatinny Valley State Park Within the Kittatinny Valley State Park are four lakes, extensive wetlands, and limestone ridges. The Aeroflex-Andover Airport, operated by the NJ Forest Fire Service, is also within its boundaries but not open to the public. Scattered throughout are numerous wetlands and open marshes of considerable biological interest. Limestone rock found in the area has created an alkaline soil in which only specially adapted species of plants can grow. Fortunately, many plants have thrived, and these marshes are considered to be places of unusually high natural diversity. Trails Overview: A 3-mile segment of the 20-mile Sussex Branch rail trail passes through the park, in addition to an extensive network of 11 blazed trails within the park. Use the Web Map link on this site to view a trail map. Hunting is NOT permitted on park property between Goodale Road and Limecrest Road. Click to read a detailed description of a hike in the park. Also administered by Kittatinny Valley State Park are the 27-mile Paulinskill Valley rail trail (friends group: Paulinskill Valley Trail Committee), and the Mount Paul Wildlife Management Area (click for a trail map) with 10 blazed trails totaling 10 miles, located north of Mahlon Dickerson Reservation.”
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Park
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Park
“Large park with beach, swimming, fishing, boating, picnic areas, playgrounds, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, large playing field.”
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Park
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Park
“State Park with a lake for swimming(I think a pass is $10/day) Nice walking trails”
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Park
“For the hikers and nature lovers, Milford Knob Trail is a 3.5 mile loop trail located near Milford, PA that features beautiful wild flowers and is considered moderately challenging. Once at the top, you will enjoy views of Milford and the surrounding areas.”
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Travel Agency
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Café
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“Great spot in the middle of the Lafayette antique shops. Great service, homey atmosphere, and terrific food.”
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Park
“The Tourne is within 2 miles and lots of great trails to hike, small lakes, beautiful views. ”
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