Originally Posted by zach033
Is going down there worth the time? How are the trails? Rocky muddy sandy?
The good thing about the pines is the miles and miles of trails. Nowhere else in NJ will you find so much easily accessible public land. Between the state forests and WMAs there are literally hundreds of miles of trails. The bad thing is that it gets kind of repetitive sometimes-it's very flat, and the terrain doesn't change a whole lot. There aren't any rocks unless you count pea gravel
It's all sand, gravel, and clay. Also, it's very wet-there are some trails that turn into rivers after a good rain-couple that with some deep holes along the trail that you can't see and you can get swallowed pretty easily. I did a lot of wheeling in Colliers Mills WMA in Jackson when I lived closer.