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7 Big Reasons To Visit New Jersey’s Smallest State Park

New Jersey has dozens of incredible state parks, the largest of which is Wharton State Forest. The park spans approximately 115,000 acres and offers lake beaches, overnight accommodations, historic ruins and a renovated ghost town. Everyone should visit at least once, but New Jersey’s smallest state park deserves a visit, too. Barnegat Lighthouse State Park may only be made up of 32 acres but it’s truly special; here are a few reasons why it’s worth a visit.

Have you been to Barnegat Lighthouse State Park before? I know many of you are fans as you requested it be added as a stop on our New Jersey Lighthouse Road Trip. For details on that spectacular journey, click here.

Kristen Koennemann
Kristen is a freelance writer, editor and social-media manager who really loves her state. She's here to share all that New Jersey has to offer with residents and the rest of the world.