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New Jersey Pine Barrens

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Thanks to the volunteers, several tons of garbage are removed from the Pine Barrens each year. 

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Tips, events, resources and more to help you enjoy your time in the Pines safely and responsibly.

If you're taking your vehicle off road or into the woods, there's a good chance you're going to break something. Whether it's breaking a driveshaft on large rocks or something as simple as puncturing a tire on a nail, things happen and you'll need to be ready for them.
So far, I am pleased with this product. I bought it to use when I go camping and need to use an electric pump to inflate mattresses or rafts. Those higher wattage devices generally can’t be run from cigarette lighter inverters without blowing a fuse, as I learned the hard way.
Whether it's your first time hitting the trails or you're an old pro, there are some things you have to remember if you want to make sure you and your group have a good time and you're all still friends at the end of your trip.
You won’t need everything on this list for every camping trip. Some items depend on where you’re going, what you’re doing, how rustic you want your trip to be, the time of year, and how long you plant to stay.
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What it means to get Lost in the Pines

The Pines refer to the New Jersey Pine Barrens, an area that includes 1.1 million acres of forests, rivers, lakes, sandy trails, state parks, historic sites and ruins, vineyards, rare plants, animals, miles of blueberry fields and cranberry bogs, and lots of assorted weird stuff. The Pines, which cover parts of seven counties in South Jersey and total 22% of NJ’s land area, are the home of the infamous and legendary Jersey Devil.

For most people, the idea of being lost in the woods is a scary thing. That’s not what this site is about. The term “lost” in this sense means losing yourself by getting away from the modern, hectic world and surrounding yourself in the peaceful, diverse, and unpredictable world of the Pine Barrens.

This site features resources for 4-wheel drive enthusiasts who are new to off-roading and forest recreation and are eager to find out how they can get Lost in the Pines. 


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