I really cannot rave about this place enough. I have other entries here at Singletracks.com I just have to say, New Jersey has some amazing scenic places to ride. This place is definitely on the top of the list. You have to make a day of it, it is a very large state park. When you get here, there is a ranger station, where you can pick up a free map. The map is detailed, but some of the markings on the trails are missing. That's OK, get lost, you will have more fun.
Once in the trails,, you will see they are pretty wide for the most part. There are some tight singletracks,, not too many,, but most of all, there are some very scenic trails to ride on. Across and actually through swampy streams,, 6 inches deep or so,, that stretch for 100 feet or so,, muddy waters,, dry rocky hills to climb and some fast rolling hills to cruise on. When I go here,, I average about 15 miles in a day at about 4 miles per hour. That usually takes at least 6 hours with stopping to look at map, etc. ,, maybe 7 and change. We go in at one spot,, and usually come out at a different point every time. There is a paved road that winds through the park, to a lake where you can jump in a canoe after riding and cool off. Very cool place to ride.