Lakota Wolf Preserve, Columbia
Black Knight Bowbenders, Jackson
Lorrimer Nature Sanctuary, Franklin Lakes
The Wetlands Institute, Stone Harbor
Delaware River Tubing, Milford
Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse, Hoboken
Pinelands Adventures, Shamong
Great Falls, Paterson
Buttermilk Falls, Layton
Pochuck Boardwalk, Glenwood
Bike Bass River, Tuckerton
Presby Memorial Iris Gardens, Montclair
Rutgers Gardens, North Brunswick
Grounds For Sculpture, Hamilton
Asbury Park Pedal Boats, Asbury Park
Tree To Tree Adventure Park
Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery, Pilesgrove
List courtesy of Only in Your State
For details visit: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/new-jersey/easy-outdoor-fun-nj/
AMC’s Best Day Hikes in New Jersey
Four-season guide to 50 of the best trails in the Garden State, from the skylands to the shore.
Road Biking New Jersey: A Guide to the State’s Best Bike Rides
This Falcon Guide focuses on the best places to ride your bike in NJ with directions and mileage included.
Quiet Water: New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania
AMC’s canoe and kayak guide to the best ponds, lakes, and easy rivers.
New Jersey Walk Book
Full of ideas about where to take a walk in our state.
The Backyard Gardener
Simple and easy gardening tips for growing vegetables, herbs, and flowers.
Rail-Trails New Jersey & New York: The Definitive Guide to the Region’s Top Multiuse Trails
All across the country, unused railroad corridors have been converted into public multiuse trails. Here, the experts from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy present the best of these rail-trails, as well as other multiuse pathways, in New Jersey and New York. Explore four Hall of Fame Rail-Trails: the High Line, New York City’s famed aerial greenway, and a trio of connected rail-trails—the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, Walkway Over the Hudson, and William R. Steinhaus Dutchess Rail Trail—that form a seamless 20-mile pathway through New York’s scenic Hudson Valley.
100 Things to Do on the Jersey Shore Before You Die
While the Jersey Shore is known as a destination where salt water taffy and frozen custard were born, Miss America was crowned and “The Twist” was invented, there’s even more to the Shore just waiting to be discovered. With 100 Things to Do at the Jersey Shore Before You Die as your guide, you’ll find the best places to thrill, eat, fish, party and swim on the 130 miles of the New Jersey shoreline from the Sandy Hook Lighthouse to Cape May Point.
These books are available at the Library.
Hike the Randolph Trails - Sixteen miles of trails were constructed connecting parks, schools and neighborhoods taking full advantage of preserved woodlands and fields
Join Randolph Lake - A beach membership is a great way to enjoy a full summer of special events and family activities
Play Tennis or Pickleball - Tennis courts are located at Brundage Park. Pickleball courts are located at Veterans Community Park. (Membership fees apply)
Enjoy the annual Freedom Festival, Randolph Country Fair and other community events
Visit the Skate Park at Brundage Park (Membership fees apply)
Enjoy one of the local farm markets
Take children to one of the seven playgrounds spread throughout town
Have a picnic at one of the beautiful parks. Randolph has three picnic pavilions.
Play basketball at one of the outdoor courts
Join the Community Garden
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