Kittatinny Valley State Park

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Trails in the park vary in difficulty and terrain from the gravel roads that are walked and biked by many to the technical terrain enjoyed by hard-core mountain bikers. Single track trails and gravel roads are suitable for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. A 2-mile self-guided nature trail provides a brief introduction to the park's natural and cultural resources. Motorized vehicles are not permitted on any park trails.
Trail length: 47 miles
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  • Posted by TrailAPI on February 24, 2013
      

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    Reviewed by kjspurlock on May 23, 2013

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    When I lived in this area I would go to this park everyday. I have yet to find another State Park that offers easily accessible trails that are still challenging and enjoyable. For the most part I ran these trails, and I couldn't ask for better terrain. There are plenty of single-track trails (they actually offer multiple trail races), but there is also a long stretch of a rail-to-trail, which is perfect for running or distance biking. There aren't really any panoramic views, although there are plenty of places that overlook the lake, but it's the perfect place to get away for a little while.

    If you live in this area, you need to make this a frequented spot. If you're only in the area for a short while, don't miss this gem.
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    Kittatinny Valley State Park 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.

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