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Parvin State Park

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Parvin
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Parvin State Park, New Jersey

Hidden in the southwest corner of New Jersey is a wild land that beckons to explorers, nature lovers, and recreators. Parvin State Park is perched on the edge of the famous Pine Barrens, an incredible Read more...
Hidden in the southwest corner of New Jersey is a wild land that beckons to explorers, nature lovers, and recreators. Parvin State Park is perched on the edge of the famous Pine Barrens, an incredible natural feature that encompasses 1.1 million acres of magnificent pines, plus a diversity of plant and animal life. Visitors to Parvin State Park can make the most of swimming, boating, and fishing in the park’s two lakes, hiking the miles of trails through rare and contrasting habitats, or camping on the shores of Parvin Lake. Despite the urbanization of the surrounding areas, Parvin State Park is a quiet and serene getaway for all who long to get back in touch with the natural world.
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