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List of National Parks in New Jersey
Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park
Paterson, New Jersey
Morristown National Historical Park
1,711 acres (6.92 km2)
At jct. of U.S. 202 and NJ 24, Morristown, New Jersey
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
66,741 acres (27,009 ha)
Sep 1, 1965
New Jersey & Pennsylvania, USA
Gateway National Recreation Area
26,607 acres (10,767 ha)
Oct 27, 1972
New York and New Jersey, United States
New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve
1,164,025 acres (471,064 ha) 90,530 acres (36,640 ha) federal
Nov 10, 1978
New Jersey, U.S.
New Jersey National Parks
The Map of New Jersey National Parks provides information on the several national parks, monuments, recreational centers and historical places of the state. Some of the renowned national parks of
the State of New Jersey are Ellis Island National Monument, Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Great Egg Harbor River, Delaware National Scenic River, New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve, Edison National Historic Site, New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route, Morristown National Historical Park and Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail offers the tourists with a unique opportunity to explore the picturesque landscape through hiking.
The Ellis Island National Monument was founded on the 1st of January in the year of 1892. The Ellis Island National Monument is the foremost immigration station of the State of New Jersey. The Edison National Historic Site provides complete information on the life of Thomas Edison. One of the notable Biosphere Reserve of the United States of America, the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve is famous for its variety of bird species. The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route is known for its exotic beaches, beautiful villages and different species of birds.
The New Jersey State Map pinpoints the exact geographical location of the national parks.