New Jersey State Parks Reopening on 5/2

New Jersey State Parks Reopening on 5/2

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EFFECTIVE AT SUNRISE ON 5/2/20

4/29/20 – All New Jersey State Parks will be reopening to the public on Saturday, May 2nd, after being closed for weeks due to COVID-19. This is great news as the weather is getting warmer and families are itching to escape the constraints of stay-at-home orders. We have some of our favorite park guides below along with our handy NJspots map for you to explore a new State Park near you!

**PLEASE NOTE**

All Social-Distancing Restrictions are in Effect.

Also, Parking will be LIMITED & all Restrooms & Buildings will be closed.

  • Don't Go In Groups
  • Keep 6 Feet of Distance
  • Pick Up Your Trash
  • ...Including Your Dog's
  • Parking Lot Full? Go Somewhere Else.
  • Wear A Mask (option, but encouraged)

State Parks & Forests

Explore The Best Parks

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  1. Joe Valencia

    I am SO excited! I am waiting for more information about Manasquan Reservoir and what their hours will be. There is a full moon next week – I’m already planning some compositions and alternatives. It will nice to be shooting something that isn’t in my yard….

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