Double Trouble State Park Trails is a 2.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Bayville, NJ that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Nicely maintained state park. Wide, well maintained trails within a short distance of the parking area skirt the cranberry bogs and historic buildings. Many other trails traverse the park to its Southern border at Lacey Road.
hard surface trail to top off forked river mountain great out and back
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.
Very easy walk around cranberry bogs and an historic little town. Great for kids. Interesting history. Enjoy!
Perfect starter hike for young explorers! Not too long, not too short. Plenty of things to see and learn.
Mostly flat, well maintained trails
Used to come here as a child when Shorty took care of it back in the 60s. Absolutely no one else around. Clean clear Cedar water and sandy roads. Though it is blocked off to vehicles it's a great hike. Will bring kayaks next time.
you're able to ride around on alot of easy trails but more for hiking and canoe. I liked the ease of biking if you're just looking for a laid back run with ease.