The 130-mile Pine Barrens Scenic Byway has been designated as a National Scenic Byway by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Walk through the Pinelands historical timeline to understand the past and present.
There are dozens of ghost towns and ruins scattered across the region. They are the remains of a series of industries – principally bog iron, forestry, charcoal, paper and glass – that arose with the coming of European colonists and faded as richer sources were found to the west.
Tales and stories of the Jersey Devil have haunted the Pine Barrens for decades.
Gov. Brendan Byrne was truly the father of the Pinelands, responsible for the passage of the Pinelands Protection Act in 1979.
Legends, lore and landmarks abound in the Pinelands.
Discover 14 gateway parks, natural areas and historical sites in the Pinelands.