There is currently eight National Park Service Site in New Jersey and 4 associated sites.
Official National Parks of New Jersey
- Appalachian National Scenic Trail
- Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
- Gateway National Recreation Area
- Great Egg Harbor Scenic and Recreational River
- Morristown National Historical Park
- Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park
- Statue of Liberty National Monument
- Ellis Island
- Thomas Edison National Historical Park
Associated sites of New Jersey
- Crossroads to the American Revolution National Heritage Area
- Lower Delaware National Wild and Scenic River
- New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve
- Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail
New Jersey National Parks
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
Depending on where you are from, the Appalachian National Scenic Trail either starts in Mount Katahdin, Maine and ends in Springer Mountain, Georgia or starts in Springer Mountain, Georgia and ends in Katahdin, Maine. The Appalachian Trail is 2,181 miles long and passes thru 14 states.
There is 72.2 miles of trail in the state of New Jersey. The trail goes thru Delaware Water Gap to the summit of Kittatinny Mountain and into High Point State Park.
Every year several thousand people attempt to thru-hike the trail. Tens of thousands of people will hike sections of the trail each year. The trail was officially completed in 1937 but the improvement has been ongoing since then. The trail is maintained by 31 different trail clubs and other partnerships.
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Gateway National Recreation Area
Great Egg Harbor Scenic and Recreational River
Morristown National Historical Park
Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park
Statue of Liberty National Monument
Thomas Edison National Historical Park
Crossroads to the American Revolution National Heritage Area
Lower Delaware National Wild and Scenic River
New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve
Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail
Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail is a 680-mile long Historical Trail. The trail is sometimes known as the Washington–Rochambeau Revolutionary Route. The route follows the road used by George Washington’s Continental Army and Jean-Baptiste de Rochambeau’s Expédition Particulière took on their way from Newport, Rode Island to Yorktown, Virginia. Yorktown was the final battle of the American Revolutionary War.
Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail is primary an auto trail. While the route forces on the march to Yorktown, the trail passes thru or near many other important revolutionary war sites. New Jersey sites include the Morristown National Historical Park.
Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail passes thru Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Washington D.C, and Virginia.