Wharton State Forest: You've A microscopic look at why the world is running 5 months ago   01:47

Wharton State Forest is the largest state park in New Jersey spanning more than 122,000 acres in the Pine Barrens. It offers tremendous hiking, biking, kayaking and fishing opportunities as well as the historic Batsto Village. (Video by Andre Malok | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)

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James Bonanno
I've wheeled the legal patrolled roads. I've geocached. I visited the Mansion and bought things at the General Store in Batsto Village.. I've checked out the bog iron and seen many of the indigenous creatures. I love this place. My Church..
Joe Morrison
And 500 miles of historic sand roads
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