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Brendan T. Byrne State Forest

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Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, New Jersey

A wonderful example of nature taking back the land, this area that formerly housed the Lebanon Glass Works factory in the 1800’s is now a lovely landscape of forests, streams, and swampy land. Natural Read more...
A wonderful example of nature taking back the land, this area that formerly housed the Lebanon Glass Works factory in the 1800’s is now a lovely landscape of forests, streams, and swampy land. Natural highlights include the Cedar Swamp Natural Area which is home to endangered plants. History buffs can seek out the Whitesbog Village which was once a bustling cranberry and blueberry town and is currently being restored. There are 25 miles of trails waiting to be explored in Brendan T. Byrne State Forest where you may catch glimpse of an abandoned building through the trees that'll remind you that nature always prevails!
Brendan T. Byrne Campground
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