lakes, limestone outcroppings, and former railroad
lines are features of New Jersey’s newest
state park, which was acquired in 1994. The
117-acre Lake Aeroflex and 39-acre Gardner’s
Pond are part of the headwaters of the Pequest
River and are excellent for fishing and boating.
The Paulinskill Valley Trail and the Sussex
Branch Trail are well-used trails that originally
were railroads critical to the region’s
economic development. The park lies over the
Germany Flats aquifer, a large source of high-quality
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