Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in New Jersey
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in New Jersey

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New Jersey has 115 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 0 to 0 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mullica River, Batsto River and Wading River. Trails.com member Jjames Cannon C. recently completed Collier’s Mill Wildlife Management Area—Turn Mill Lake and Lake Success.
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The unique charm of the Mullica River comes from its extensive savanna marshes and numerous ...
Scotland Run Park on the southeast side of Clayton contains 900 acres of natural woodlands, ...
Much of the runable length of the Batsto River lies within walking distance of the Mullica ...
Don’t miss this gem! Driving down the steep potholed road to the lake for the first time, ...
Enjoy waterfowl, turtles, waterlilies, raccoons, opossums, and birdlife at this lake. ...
Like most rivers in the Pine Barrens, the Metedeconk requires continual maintenance to ...
Mercer County Park is a huge complex. The park’s miles of rolling hills sprinkled with ...
Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is one of the major stopovers along the Atlantic ...
More than 1,100 acres of Parvin State Park are yours to enjoy for paddling, camping, fishing, ...
Enjoy eagles, ospreys, vast open waters, and wilderness campsites accessible only by foot ...
Nestled within the vast mountains of Wawayanda State Park, this large mountain lake will ...
A furnace once operated in the small town of Oxford at the foot of the mountains during ...
Want a nice long paddle and some great fishing? Then visit the 505-acre Monksville Reservoir ...
Built in 1965 for the Elizabethtown Water Company, the highly irregular outline of this ...
Neither a lake nor a bay, Mannington Meadows' vast expanse of brackish waters can fill ...
Get out here and paddle! More than 5,000 acres of Wildlife Management Area surround three ...
Enjoy a very scenic respite and wonderful wildlife viewing on this long lake close to ...
Tucked snuggly in the northeast corner of Ringwood State Park along the New York border, ...
I found Merrill Creek Reservoir to be the least scenic (but still very nice) of the three ...
Long, narrow, and rather shallow, Columbia Lake is the place to go for bird watching. ...
White’s Lake is totally enclosed by a Natural Reserve Area in the rural countryside of ...
Swartswood and Paulins Kill Lakes in the northwest mountains of the state can be accessed ...
Cedar Creek may be a new river for many paddlers, although the lower section is becoming ...
Outside the Wharton State Forest, the Toms River is probably the most popular river in ...
Nescochague Creek is probably the least known, least used, and most unspoiled of the navigable ...
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