Wharton State Forest

Wharton State Forest(Batsto)

Wharton State Forest
上午8:00 - 下午8:00
上午8:00 - 下午8:00
上午8:00 - 下午8:00
上午8:00 - 下午8:00
上午8:00 - 下午8:00
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上午9:00 - 下午5:00
上午9:00 - 下午5:00


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新泽西14,335 条分享
It is a great destination for people who like to walk. We enjoyed countless hikes here through the years. The trail network is quite good, well marked and interesting. The camping conditions are simple and they could use some upgrades. Day-trippers find the Batsto Village parking lot and the visiting center the most convenient starting point. Those who walk the locally famous 50+ mile long Batona trail usually just transit through Batsto.
During the blueberry season entire trails are lined with high and low blueberry bushes heavy with delicious bluberries. I call them "the antioxidant trails" .
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新泽西爱迪生714 条分享
2020年12月 • 家庭
When I drove down to Wharton from Central New Jersey it felt like I entered a completely different state. It’s worth checking out, and I see why this park would be a hot spot for ATV riding. Unpaved sand roads are a plenty. Be careful if you try taking your vehicle on a sand road, I tried it once and almost got stuck in a small but deep pond. Fun place worth a visit.
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5 条分享
The state forest is of a good size with lake and hiking trails around a lake. It is good for a leisure afternoon walk.
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新泽西Haddon Heights6 条分享
Whether you are exploring Batsto village or out on the water with canoes, kayaks or tubes, this area of NJ is a welcome relief from suburbia and crowded beaches. There are countless access areas along the rivers to customize your river journey as you like. Or you can sign up with any of the many outfitters in the area and they will take care of everything for you.
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Janine H
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2019年7月 • 独自旅游
If you enjoy "primitive" camp, this is thee spot!!! No one around,no one on top of your area,peaceful,quiet. If you are a "Glamper",stay away! No flushing toilets,no stores to run to if you forgot siracha sauce, and No outlets for your IPhones. This is a gorgeous area for the true outdoors person. It is a good area for large groups but please,Let's Not Forget to LEAVE NO TRACE so we can continue to enjoy nature . Bodine Camp is awesome. Get out,Get dirty, clean your soul!
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Karen C
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2019年6月 • 夫妻情侣
I haven't seen a review since 2017 and that should have been my first clue. Let me start by saying the check in area was nearly 12 miles away from the site. At the site there were no bathrooms. One outhouse which smelled like death for the entire camp site. I would say there had to be about 60 people using one outhouse NO FLUSHING! Ewwwwwwwwwwwww

Camp sites were one on top of the other. There were no clearly marked roads and several cars got stuck in the sand area, one car even drove through our site during the night. Luckily we werent run over.

There were no picnic tables either. If you didnt have a table and/or chair you stood all weekend.

The road leading to the actual site was full of twists and turns and we nearly smashed into a tree coming out of a turn doing about 20 mph.

The police patrolled at 730 pm, 930 and then 1130.


That didnt bother me but the fact that if there was an emergency there was no way to contact police was pretty alarming.

I honestly didnt think the mosquitos or bug situation was bad. There was a questionable tick but didnt see much more than spiders and ants.

The lake/beach area also 12 miles away was really nice. You could rent a paddle board, canoe or kayak for a reasonable fee.

We will not be back because of the unkempt roads, no running water. (Hey if you want only port a potties ok but put enough to be sanitary for the 60 or so people you jam in on top of each other.) and no way to reach the outside world in an emergency.
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Virginia37,879 条分享
2018年9月 • 家庭
We stopped at the Visitors Center prior to touring nearby Batsto Village. This is where you should stop if you are looking for information on canoeing, hiking trails, mountain biking and camping. Take the time to visit the displays in the museum to learn about the nearby Batsto Village’s history. Exhibits show the growth of the village and surrounding natural resources. I learned the quilt on display dates back to 1865. The library has a collection of books relative to south Jersey history iron making, glass production and Pine Barrens known got its sandy and nutrient-lacking soil. There is a gift shop for those looking for souvenirs. Pick up a brochure here prior to visiting the village. Those who choose to camp in the area may pick up registration forms. Clean restrooms are available too. The center is open daily from 9 am to 4 pm daily.
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Maria G
6 条分享
2018年9月 • 好友
I never had such nice experience with police like in the Wharton state forest with park police. Very professional people were friendly and helpful when I and my friend lost in the Wharton and had no idea where is our vehicle. Two officers came to help us and did it fast and easy, as a result of the training they had before. Thank you, guys.
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宾夕法尼亚费城10 条分享
2018年7月 • 好友
The trip was great honestly. Beautiful, secluded, minimalistic grounds deep in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. I say minimalistic to set the expectation that if you're expecting a place with running water, showers, or anything outside of a potable water well, you're going to be displeased.

Awesome hiking trails, swimming lake, everything you would expect from your typical camping site. Also having campgrounds specific to groups, singles, children-centric was huge for us. The one issue that we did have, if you look closely, the ground is littered with extremely old screws and nails in a dog-friendly area (legitimately in the hundreds in a 5ft x 5ft area). As we went through the rest of the park, we realized it wasn't specific only to our lot. Although they were old and nobody really had any issue, they still were covered in rust and potentially could be a very dangerous hazard, especially for children and dogs.

Outside of that, great trip and would still recommend. Just something they need to focus on to improve the safety of their guests.
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Robert Blanda
新泽西Roebling33 条分享
I spent not only my childhood at Wharton State Forest, but my entire adulthood too! Even since the State police took over it's been quiet. It's a serene place to go to get away from the every day. Please respect the woods and the campsites (as well as other campers). Please do NOT BY ANY MEANS bring ATVs, Motorcycles, etc on the dirt roads.
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