Brendan T. Byrne State Forest Camping Area Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The clean scent of pine permeates the air at Brendan T. Byrne State Forest Camping Area, reminding visitors that they are in the 1.1-million-acre Pinelands National Reserve, a unique protected ecosystem. Eighty-two wooded sites on three ﬂat, sandy loops make up this northernmost Pinelands campground. Like all state campgrounds in New Jersey, this one has no RV hookups, although there is a sanitation dump.
Yurts sit permanently on a small loop oﬀ of Coopers Road, providing accommodation for campers who do not own tents and for those who need wheelchair-accessible accommodations. Three cabins, located near Pakim Pond, are also available. Cabin tenants share the campground showers in the two modern bathhouses, but the cabins do feature indoor toilets and sinks."