Winter Wonder “Must-Sees” in NJ’s Heartland
318 Zion Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
Open Daily from 5:30 a.m. to 8:30p.m
This nature reserve is 220-acres of pure bliss. Rated at five stars on yelp, EHT’s Nature Reserve is a must-see winter wonder. Bring your sleds for some family fun! From scenic trails to a beautiful lake, this reserve is peaceful, calm and clean.
CR 656/ Shaws Mill Road, Millville, NJ 08332
Open daily from dawn to dusk
In New Jersey Heartland’s Cumberland County, Edward G Bevan Fish and Wildlife Management Area, is a 19-square mile park of serenity. The park features open fields, fresh water marshes, a small pond, meadows, hardwood and mixed forests. This is a quiet, peaceful reserve and a great place to hunt. Come visit this winter and enjoy all that nature has to offer!
31 Batsto Road Hammonton, NJ 08037
Open daily from sunrise to sunset
Wharton State Forest is the largest state forest in the state of New Jersey. Known for hiking, biking, driving, and more, this forest has landed a spot on our Winter Wonder list of places to visit. 122,880 acres of pinelands is gorgeous under a bed of snow. If you need a new place to explore this winter, Wharton State Forest is a place to start!
Fries Mill Rd, Clayton, NJ 08312
Open daily 24 hours
This is not your average park! There are NO man-made facilities at this location. This is not only a winter wonder, but an amazing nature escape. Glassboro Wildlife Management Area is a great place bird sightings, and breathtaking scenery.
100 Hessian Ave, National Park, NJ 08063
Open daily 7:00a.m to 6:00p.m
The Red Bank Battlefield park is an historic site along the Delaware River in Gloucester County, New Jersey. This park makes for memorable family adventures, with historic monuments, walking trails and a beautiful outlook on the water. This park is a unique sight to see all year-round, but an amazing winter wonder!