Voorhees State Park
Voorhees, like Parvin State Park, served as a camp for the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) - Franklin Roosevelt’s program to get people back to work during the Depression. The CCC planted trees and constructed shelters, picnic sites and trails throughout the park. Two overlooks provide scenic views of Round Valley Reservoir and Spruce Run Reservoir.
Facilities & Activities:
Picnic tables, picnic shelters, group picnic facilities
sledding, cross-country skiing
Voorhees has 7 trails that are suitable for a wide range of abilities and interests. All trails in the park are multi-use except the Cross Park Trail and the Parcourse Circuit, which are footpaths only. The trails range from wide and graveled to rocky and steep in places; the parcourse is accessible for people with disabilities.
Campsites: 47 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables are available. Modern toilets and showers are within walking distance. Trailer sanitary station is open April 1 through October 31.
Group campsites: Two group sites with picnic tables, fire rings, toilets, showers. Campsite A accommodates up to 50 people.
Several picnic areas with table and grills are located throughout the park. For larger groups, we also offer two reservable picnic areas. “The Fields” group area can accommodate up to 100 people. “Hoppock Grove” group area can accommodate 75 people.
Hunting is permitted in designated areas within the park and is subject to Division of Fish and Wildlife regulations.
Voorhees State Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media