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See a sunrise over 127 miles of beautiful, white beaches, savor the breathtaking view from hot air ballooning and paddle through our vast waterways. New Jersey's rich blend of history, unique geography, activities and entertaining opportunities provide residents and tourists alike with something to suit every taste, whim and pleasure.

North East Canoe & Kayak Symposium
The North East Canoe & Kayak Symposium is a three day festival for paddlers of all ages and abilities. There are on-land and on-water instructional workshops offered Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Industry leading manufacturers will demo canoes, kayaks, and accessories, and retailers will have booths set up for you to purchase all the latest gear.

Skylands Region

Round Valley is one of the few parks that offers wilderness camping. The campsites on the eastern side of the reservoir are accessible only by hiking or boating. The campers' parking lot is three miles away from the nearest site, reachable by a steep and rugged trail. Cross-country skiers and sledding enthusiasts congregate at Round Valley in the winter months.

Spruce Run Recreation Area

Surrounded by the rolling hills of Hunterdon County, Spruce Run Recreation Area is popular with picnickers, swimmers, fishermen, boaters and campers. The reservoir was one of the first water supply facilities to be constructed and operated by the state and covers 1,290 acres with 15 miles of shoreline for recreation. Spruce Run is the third largest reservoir in the state after Round Valley and Wanaque reservoirs.