Double Trouble State Park offers an outstanding example of the Pine Barrens ecosystem and a window into the Pine Barrens history. The park provides the protection and interpretation of over 8000 acres of significant natural, cultural, and recreational resources representative of the Pinelands National Reserve. Its location and resource base afford an opportunity to introduce visitors to southern New Jersey's natural and cultural heritage. Both the natural environment, consisting of a high quality Pine Barrens watershed, and an extremely well preserved historic village associated with New Jersey cranberry agriculture and Atlantic White Cedar logging and milling industries are available to visitors at Double Trouble State Park.
It's a nice easy walk and there's minimal elevation changes. Paths are wide which keeps you out of brush because there's ticks out here in the Pine's. There's a few crossings over Cedar Creek which looks so nice. People canoe and kayak the creek as well. A nice park and there's history of how the old cranberry bogs worked, and an old saw mill. Watch the trails with the maps available at the buildings, no trails are marked!!! The Pine Barrens are pretty big to go wandering off trail.