“millions of years in the making”
Some of the most rugged terrain and splendid views of northern New Jersey are found in Worthington State Forest. A rocky and sometimes steep trail follows Dunnfield Creek from the Delaware River to Mount Tammany or hikers may choose to follow the trail to Sunfish Pond, one of the most popular sites in the area. Millions of years in the making, the pond was carved out by glacial forces during the last ice age and is one of fourteen rock-basin lakes between the Delaware Water Gap and the end of Kittatinny Ridge. A trail circles the pond, with many boulders and openings for resting and observation.
Camped here for 2 nights in April. The sites are well spaced and the bathhouse was clean. Right along the river.
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Worthington State Forest
- Mon: 6:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Tue: 6:00 am - 8:00 am
- Sun: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
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70 Camp Sites