Located in the US, the snowmobiling in New Jersey offers more than a half-dozen beautiful snowmobile tracks. The best New Jersey snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Wharton State Forest, Ringwood State Park, Stokes State Forest, High Point State Park, and Wawayanda State Park. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a New Jersey snowmobiling trail below.
Near Shepard Lake, the 4,300 acre Ringwood State Park has 22 miles of snowmobiling on old forest roads shared with cross country skiers. The best trail access is provided at Skylands Manor House.
East of Wilmington near Hammonton, the 110,000 acre Wharton State Forest has over 500+ miles of trails and logging roads open to snowmobiling. The snowmobile trails in Wharton State Forest pass through pine forests with white sandy areas and several river crossings.
West of Atlantic City and south of Vineland near Woodbine, the 20,700 acre Belleplain State Forest in Cumberland County has 24 miles of snowmobiling trails along flat old roads and abandoned railroad grades. While snowmobiling Belleplain State Forest, the snowmobile must be registered with the New Jersey MVC Agency.
North of Newton and Sussex in Sussex County, the 15,000 acre High Point State Park has a 25 miles of snowmobile trail system. There are four blazed trails which interconnect with the trails in the Stokes State Forest.
North of Newark and east of Vernon in Sussex County, the Wawayanda State Park has 7 miles of snowmobilie trails. The rolling routes offer nice views of mountains and valleys.
Northwest of Stanhope, the 6900 acre Allamuchy Mountain State Park has 42 miles of trails open to snowmobile riding that crisscross forests and marshlands. These snowmobile trails are split with 15 miles in the Allamuchy Natural Area and 25 miles of unmarked trails in the northern section of Allamuchy.