This Haunted Hike In New Jersey Will Send You Running For The Hills

Autumn is an amazing time to go hiking in New Jersey; the leaves put on a colorful show and cool breezes refresh you along your journey. If you seek spectacular foliage on your fall hike, you’re set almost anywhere in the Garden State. However, with Halloween on the way, why not opt for a haunted hike? The following trail gives you both – colorful leaves and dark tales.

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Surrounded by stories of murder and mayhem, this has to be one of the most haunted hikes in America. From Shades Of Death Road to Ghost Lake, what terrifying tales have you heard about Jenny Jump State Forest? Share your favorite legends or real-life spooky stories in the comments. Head to Warren County and see if you spot any mysterious orbs, phantom headlights or wandering spirits – all of which have been reported at the park. For more haunted hikes in New Jersey, check out this Pine Barrens trail.