A complete list of New Jersey National Parks
National Parks in New Jersey include multiple National Wild and Scenic Rivers, National Historic Parks, National Reserves and National Recreation Areas. These parks receive over 4.5 million visitors a year.
New Jersey National Parks
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Ellis Island, part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument
Gateway National Recreation Area
Great Egg Harbor River
Lower Delaware National Wild and Scenic River
Morristown National Historical Park
New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve
Paterson Great Falls National Historic Park
Thomas Edison National Historical Park
Washington – Rochambeau National Historic Trail
The 9 New Jersey National Parks receive over 4.5 million visitors producing over $160 million in economic benefits.
National Parks in New Jersey include 1 National Heritage Area, 5 Wild and Scenic Rivers managed by the Park Service, 2 National Trails managed by the park service, and 11 National Natural Landmarks.
There are 1,621 places recorded by the Heritage Documentation Program, over 6.8 million objects in the New Jersey National Park Museum Collection and 575 Archeological Sites.
For an entire list of US National Parks head over to our list of US National Parks in Alphabetical Order. We also have a printable checklist of all 417 National Park properties in the United States available.
If you have dreamed of working in the National Parks make sure and check out our article on How to Become a Park Ranger. Working in the parks is one of the most amazing jobs you can find. There is just something special about waking up and knowing you are going to work in a beautiful park.
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