There’s A Lake Hiding In An New Jersey Forest Where You Can Camp Year-Round

Brendan T. Byrne State Forest is one of New Jersey’s hidden gems. It takes up a good portion of the Pinelands National Reserve, but it’s one of New Jersey’s least-visited state parks. If you’re looking to get in touch with nature and enjoy some peace and quiet, come pitch your tent and stay awhile.

The Campground at Pakim Pond offers more than 80 tent sites with grills and picnic tables year-round. You’ll also find showers and flush toilets, so this rustic campground isn’t so primitive after all. You can also rent a cabin in any month, but from November to January the cabins shut off the indoor plumbing, and a fireplace will be your only source of heat.

Learn more and make your camping reservation on the New Jersey State Forest website.

Address: Pakim Pond, Woodland, NJ 08088, USA