This New Jersey River Is So Remote That The Campsites Are Only Accessible By Boat

Home to Wharton State Forest, Double Trouble State Forest, and Bass River State Forest, the Pinelands are perhaps the most remote part of New Jersey. You’ll find over a million acres of protected woodlands, along with lakes and rivers. If you want to get away from it all in the Garden State, the Pinelands are the place to go. While much of the area is quite quiet, some spots are more secluded than others. This one campsite definitely leans towards the deserted.

Permits are required for camping but it doesn’t cost much. You can expect to pay $3 per person, per night as a New Jersey resident ($5 for non-residents). To learn more about what you’ll find at Wharton State Forest, click here.