"Double Trouble State Park" Double Trouble State Park by KarenandCory

Double Trouble State Park Travel Guide: 2 reviews and 28 photos

Double Your Pleasure

Once the site of a lumbering operation, Double Trouble State Park now has a preserved historic village which includes a restored sawmill and cranberry packing and sorting house. It also has a self-guided nature trail that meanders through the Pine Barrens, across Cedar Creek and around the cranberry bogs. There's also a working cranberry farm and if you're lucky you can see the New Jersey Devil Cranberry Company at work.

Great place to Hike, bird-watch, canoe and picnic.

Located southwest of Toms River on the edge of the New Jersey Pine Barrens,
(732) 341-6662

From exit 74 of the Garden State Parkway, turn east onto county road 614 (Lacey Rd.) Make a left onto Manchester Blvd, then left again onto Western Blvd. At the stop sign, make a left onto CR618 (Pinewald-Keswick Rd.) The park entrance will be on your left. From exit 80 of the Garden State Parkway, make a left off the ramp onto CR619 (Double Trouble Rd.) Proceed straight through to the stop sign at CR 618 (Pinewald-Keswick Rd.) The park entrance is straight ahead across CR618.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:beautiful and peacefull
  • Cons:Spooky at night, plenty of ghost deer and jersey devil
  • In a nutshell:Be one with nature in New Jersey
  • Intro Updated Nov 10, 2007
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