Parvin State Park Trails

Vineland, New Jersey 08361

Parvin State Park Trails

Parvin State Park Trails Professional Review and Guide

"Parvin State Park is a product of the 1930s when the campground and trails were built by young men in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The work was hard and the hours long, but the men were grateful to earn a few dollars to send to their families during the Depression.

Parvin boasts 172 species of birds as well as an abundance of deer, salamanders, toads, and turtles. With more than two hundred herbaceous flowering plants, the opportunity to swim in Parvin Lake, and a profusion of club mosses and ferns, this hike is a winner. Camping is available on Jaggers Point, along the south shore of Parvin Lake, and cabins may be rented on the west shore of Thundergust Lake. It’s best to come during fall or winter so that the mosquitoes don’t carry you away, and to wear long pants and sleeves year-round to protect against ticks."

Parvin State Park Trails Reviews

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Parvin State Park is a great place to walk dogs. Portions of the trail have very nice cedar woods. Walk is about an hour. Flat sand trail. Enjoy.

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Day hike or overnight camping
Dawn to dusk
Parvin State Park
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Jul 2018