Ocean County acquired this 80-acre cranberry farm in 2004, turning it into a public park with extensive trails through deciduous woods and along picturesque cranberry bogs.
The carefully restored century-old building that housed the park's visitor center burned down in March 2010, but the county is working to turn the land into an active cranberry demonstration farm.
Visit the Department of Parks and Recreation website to find out about guided nature and photography walks.
- Founding Date: 2004
- Parking: Free lot