This guide provides detailed river descriptions and intriguing information about the geological, social, environmental, and botanical history of the Pine Barrens -- the coastal plain region of southern New Jersey. Several new routes are outlined in this revision, and each route features driving directions, area camp-grounds, canoe rental agencies, and a chart that lists all access points along the river.
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Start with detailed river descriptions. Add intriguing information about the region's geological, social, environmental, and botanical history. Sprinkle in some savvy tips on maneuvering a canoe. The result is this fifth edition of 'Canoeing the Jersey Pine Barrens,' the most comprehensive guide to canoeing in this area. Author Robert Parnes reveals the region's fascinating history and presents the 14 rivers most suitable for canoeing in the Pine Barrens. Each chapter features a particular river, brook, or creek and lists driving routes to reach it as well as area campgrounds, canoe-rental agencies, and public amenities. Accompanying maps and charts detail all the access points to each river, points of interest along the way, distances between those points, and approximate canoeing times.
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Book Description Globe Pequot, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110762702222