HomeJersey LivingThe State of the ParksFall is the perfect time to experience NJ’s state-run recreation areas. We check out 16 of our favorites. By | | September 13, 2010 New Jersey has an abundance of state parks and forests. We guide you through a visit to sixteen of our favorites—just in time for a fabulous foliage show.Click on the links below to read profiles of our state parks:Allaire State Park and Historic VillageAllamuchy Mountain State ParkCape May Point State ParkCheesequake State ParkHacklebarney State ParkHigh Point State ParkIsland Beach State ParkJenny Jump State ForestLiberty State ParkParvin State ParkRancocas State ParkRingwood State ParkWawayanda State ParkWashington Crossing State ParkWharton State ParkClick here to read our Fall Getaways pacakge.Read more Jersey Living articles.By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly. Cancel replyYour Name: RequiredYour Email: Required not shownWebsite: Required not shownHometown Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.