New Lisbon, NJ (Hiking)Today, (part of Lebanon State Forest) offers a 3,000acre window through which walkers can look back to the year 1900 and view bog agriculture as it was practiced in the Pine Barrens. Abando. Ponds Village, NJ (Flatwater Paddling Canoeing)If you love birding and butterflies, you'll love . Nature lovers from all over the state visit the exquisite bogs that were once part of a privately owned cranberry operation. Four attractive.Surf And Stream CampgroundToms River, NJ (Campgrounds)From the outside, Surf and Stream Campground looks like another in a long line of generic RV parks that are located near the shore. Only one of the six sites is accessible from a motor vehicle, and even then the potable water and toil.Brendan T. Byrne State ForestNew Lisbon, NJ (Camping)The Lebanon Glass Works set up industrial furnaces in the Pine Barrens in 1851 and denuded the forest of trees before shutting its doors in 1867. Almost a century later, the southern New Jersey pinela.Cedar CreekDover Forge, NJ (Flatwater Paddling Canoeing)Cedar Creek may be a new river for many paddlers, although the lower section is becoming increasingly popular. The lower section is broad and ranks with the Pine Barrens' easier streams, but the upper.Toms RiverToms River, NJ (Flatwater Paddling Canoeing)Outside the Wharton State Forest, the Toms River is probably the most popular river in the Pine Barrens. One reason is the proximity to the New YorkNew Jersey metropolitan area and the intensive deve.