HIGH POINT STATE PARK

Advisory

As of January 16, 2019, the smoking of tobacco and use of electronic smoking (vaping) devices (outside of private vehicles) is prohibited in all State Parks, Forests, Historic Sites, and Recreation Areas including camping areas. For more information on this law, please visit  https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2018/Bills/PL18/64_.HTM

Tips for Making Your Reservations

TIPS FOR MAKING YOUR RESERVATIONS!  

When making your reservation, especially from a mobile phone or a tablet, you may find it easier to choose the "List View" as opposed to "Map View" to find available sites for the date that you entered. 

The ability to check availability for a range of dates is now available!  We have now added an "Availability View" tab so you can see availability for each site for up to a month from the date that you enter. 

Family campsites are open April 1 to October 31.  Cabins are open May 15 to October 15.  Group campsites are open year round.

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Site 1:  Park across the street and walk approximately 90-feet down the pathway to this beautiful lakeside tent campsite. The site is open and sunny with a picnic table and fire ring. This tent campsite offers excellent lakeside access.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 2:  Park across the street slightly past the walking path of approximately 120- feet down to this wooded and secluded tent campsite. A picnic table and fire ring are provided on the site. This tent site offers a beautiful lake view and easy access to the water’s edge via a very short walking path.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 3:  Park across the street and walk approximately 150- feet onto this wooded and secluded lakeside tent campsite. This site offers a beautiful lake view with easy lakeside access via a short walking path. A picnic table and fire ring are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 4:  Park on the road and walk the approximately 240- feet path onto this secluded lakeside tent campsite. This tent campsite offers lakeside access. A fire ring and picnic table are provided, as well as a 12’x14’ wooden platform for your tent. This site has limited level ground area for your tent: use of the platform is recommended.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 5:  Park on the road and walk approximately 150- feet onto this beautiful lakeside tent campsite. This large, flat site provides excellent lakeside access.  A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 6:  Park on the road and walk approximately 120- feet onto this beautiful lakeside tent campsite. This large, flat site provides excellent lakeside access. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 7:  Park across the road and walk the approximately 120- feet pathway onto this wooded campsite which offers a beautiful lake view and easy lakeside access via a short walking path. A picnic table and fire ring are provided. This tent campsite is within close walking proximity of both restrooms and potable water pumps. Campsite 8 is also located very close to this site and is accessible by a short walking path.

Site 8:  Park on the road and walk approximately 150-feet along a path to this lakeside tent campsite. This sunny site offers direct lakeside access. A picnic table and fire ring are provided on the site. Restrooms and water pumps are within a short walking distance from this site. Campsite 7 is also nearby via a short pathway.

Site 9:  With on-site parking, this large site is suitable for pop-u campers, travel trailers, and tent campers. This site offers a lake view and easy lakeside access via a short walking path. A fire ring and picnic table are provided on this site. Neighboring site 10 is also easily accessible by a short walking path.

Site 10:  Park on the road and take this approximately 300-feet pathway to this large, flat, tent campsite which offers a beautiful lake view. A fire ring and picnic table are provided. This tent site is within close proximity to its neighboring site 9 via a short pathway between the two sites.

Site 11:  Parking on the road, sites 10 through 14 are accessible via a pathway approximately 360-feet in length. These nicely sized tent campsites are clustered fairly close together, making them a good choice if you are camping with another group (all quiet hours, maximum occupancy, and visitor rules will apply). Tent campsites 110 through 14 all offer excellent lakeside access. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 12:  Parking on the road, sites 10 through 14 are accessible via a pathway approximately 360-feet in length. These nicely sized tent sites are clustered fairly close together making them a good choice if you are camping with another family (all quiet hours, maximum occupancy, and visitor rules will apply). Tent campsites 10 through 14 all offer excellent lakeside access. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 13:  Parking on the road, campsites 10 through 14 are accessible via a pathway approximately 360-feet in length. These nicely sized tent sites are clustered fairly close together making them a good choice if you are camping with another family (all quiet hours, maximum occupancy, and visitor rules still apply). Tent campsites 10 through 14 all offer excellent lakeside access. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 14: Parking on the road, sites 10 through 14 are accessible via a pathway approximately 360-feet in length. These nicely sized tent sites are clustered fairly close together making them a good choice if you are camping with another family (all quiet hours, maximum occupancy, and visitor rules still apply). Tent campsites 10 through 14 all offer excellent lakeside access. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 15:  Tent campsite 15 offers very close parking to the campsite making it easy to access your vehicle. This spacious tent site offers a view of Sawmill Lake and easy lakeside access.  A picnic table and fire ring are provided on the site. The trail head for the Blue Dot Trail is directly across from this site.

Site 16:  This spacious wooded campsite is suitable for pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent campers as it allows on-site parking. Due to new forest growth, the lake view may be limited during the summer season. However, a short walking path provides easy access to the lake itself. Campsite 17 is also nearby via a small walking path.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 17:  This spacious, flat site is suitable for pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent camping as it allows on-site parking. It offers easy lakeside access via a small walking path; however, the lake view is limited during the summer season due to new growth. A fire ring and picnic table are provided. Campsite 16 is nearby and easily accessible by a short walking path.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 18:  Park on the road and walk the approximately 150- feet pathway over a wooden bridge to access this spacious wooded campsite. Campsite 18 offers a view of Sawmill lake. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 19:  This large, flat campsite offers on-site parking making it easily accessible to pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent campers. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided, however there is ample room for additional equipment. This site has access to the lake via a small pathway, however the view is limited during the summer season because of new growth. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 20: Park across the road and walk approximately 300-feet to this lakeside tent campsite. This campsite is wooded and secluded with a beautiful full lake view. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 21: This small tent site allows on-site parking. Although it is lakeside, there is a limited lake view due to its distance from the water’s edge. A walking path provides access to the lakeside. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided as the site is rock with limited level ground. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 22:  On-site parking and close proximity to restrooms and water pumps makes this tent site appealing to some campers. This large wooded site does have a 12’ x 14’ wooden platform as well as additional ground space for moderately sized tent. The lake view is limited during the summer season due to the new forest growth, but the lakeside is easily accessible via a small walking path from the site. The nearby campsite 23 is also easily accessible via a small walking path between the two sites. A fire ring and picnic table are provided

Site 23:  On-site parking and close proximity to restrooms and water pumps make this tent site appealing to some campers. Although this site is lakeside there is no lake access directly from the site and to new forest growth the lake view is limited during the summer season. A fire ring and picnic table are provided. Nearby is campsite 22 which is easily accessible by a small walking path.

Site 24:  Park on the road and walk the approximately 225-feet pathway to this spacious tent campsite. With almost full sun, this large open site is one of the few that is grassy. A full lake view and lakeside access make this site very popular. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided, however there is ample level ground available for multiple tents. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite

Site 25:  Park on the road and walk the approximately 225-feet winding pathway to this spacious sunny campsite. With access to almost full sun make this site moderately grassy, and the level flat ground makes it easily accessible for tents or trailers. Due to the new forest growth this site has a limited view of the lake during the summer season. However, a small walking path provides easy access to the lake side. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is pet friendly campsite.

Site 26:  On-site parking makes this site suitable for pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent campers. This site is spacious, level, and receives almost full sun which makes it moderately grassy. Due to new forest growth, this site has a limited lake view during the summer season. However, a small walking path provides easy access to the lake side. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 27:  On-site parking makes this wooded lakeside tent campsite appealing to many campers.  This site is quite sunny. Due to new forest growth the lake view is somewhat limited during the summer season; however, a small pathway provides lakeside access. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform provides a level area to pitch your tent on this otherwise gravel site. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 28:  This wooded, secluded tent campsite offers on-site parking providing easy vehicle access. A   12’ x 14’ platform is provided as there is limited level area to pitch a tent. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.

Site 29:  This tent campsite offers on-site parking for easy vehicle access. A 12’ x14’ wooden platform is provided as the site is very rocky with limited level ground space for pitching a tent. A fire ring and picnic table are provided. This wooded campsite is very close to tent campsite 30 with a short walking path between the two. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 30:  Park on the road and walk a pathway approximately 105-feet to this tent campsite. This site is a very rock and the 12’ x 14’ wooden platform must be used as there is no other level area for tent setup. This wooded site offers a picnic table and fire ring. Site 30 is located directly behind site 29 and the two sites are connected by a small walking path. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 31:  Park on the road and walk approximately 75-feet to this tent site. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided and must be used due to limited level ground on this site. A picnic table and fire ring are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 32:  Park on the road and walk the pathway approximately 135-feet to this secluded tent campsite. A picnic table and fire ring are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 33:  Park on the road and walk approximately 150-feet down the slightly winding pathway to this wooded and secluded tent campsite. A picnic table and fire ring are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 34:  Park on the road and walk across a little wooden bridge over a small stream approximately 90-feet to this secluded wooden tent campsite. This site is very rocky and multiple tents are discouraged. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 35:  Park on the road and walk the approximately 150-feet wooded pathway onto this wooded and secluded tent campsite. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 36:  Park on the road and walk the approximately 150-feet wooded pathway onto this wooded and secluded site. A fire ring and picnic table are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 37: Clustered in close proximity and accessible via a single pathway, tent campsites, 37, 38, and 39 are wooded and secluded. Parking for all three is on the road and an approximately 225-feet pathway leads to the campsites. These secluded clustered sites are a good choice if you are camping with another family (all quiet hours, maximum occupancy, and visitor rules will apply). A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 38:  Clustered in close proximity and accessible via a single pathway, tent campsites 37, 38, and 39 are wooded and secluded. Parking for all three is on the road and an approximately 225-feet pathway leads to the campsites. These secluded clustered sites are a good choice if you are camping with another family (all quiet hours, maximum occupancy, and visitor rules apply). A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 39:  Clustered in close proximity and accessible via a single pathway, tent campsites 37, 38, and 39 are wooded and secluded. Parking for all three is on the road and an approximately 225-feet pathway leads to the campsites. These secluded clustered sites are a good choice if you are camping with another family (all quiet hours, maximum occupancy, and visitor rules apply). A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided on the campsite as it is fairly rocky with limited level ground. A picnic table and fire ring are also provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 40:  Park across the road and walk approximately 240-feet down a winding path and over a small wooden bridge to this campsite that is wooded and secluded. This site is fairly rock and a 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided and should be utilized as there is limited level ground on the sire. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 41:  This wooded, semi-secluded tent campsite allows on-site parking for easy vehicle access and is within close proximity to restrooms and water pumps. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided as well as a picnic table and fire ring. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 42:  Park on the road and walk the winding pathway approximately 150-ffet onto this wooded and secluded campsite. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided as the site is rocky with limited level ground. A fire ring and picnic table are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 43:  This tent campsite offers on-site parking giving you easy access to your vehicle. Additionally, potable water pumps and restrooms are within close proximity of this site.  A picnic table and fire ring are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 44:  On-site parking for easy vehicle access along with close proximity to restrooms and potable water pumps makes this wooded tent site appealing to many campers. a 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided as the site is somewhat rocky. A fire ring and picnic table are provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 45:  With on-site parking for vehicles along with close proximity to restrooms and potable water pumps makes this campsite appealing to some campers. A fire ring and picnic table are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 46:  On-site parking and fairly level ground make this semi-secluded campsite suitable for pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent camping. This campsite has a short walk to the restrooms and potable water pumps. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform, picnic table, and fire ring are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 47:  On-site parking and level ground make this site accessible to pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent campers. This wooded and secluded site includes a 12’ x 14’ wooden platform, fire ring, and picnic table. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 48:  On-site parking on this wooded and secluded campsite provides easy access to your vehicle. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided as the ground is rocky. A picnic table and fire ring are also provided.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 49:  On-site parking makes this site suitable for pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent campers. This wooded and secluded site does have a 12’ x 14’ wooden platform; however, there is also level ground available for your camping equipment. A picnic table and fire ring are provided. This is a pet friendly campsite.

Site 50:  This fairly level campsite offers on-site parking. The wooded and secluded site is suitable for pop-up campers, travel trailers, and tent campers. A 12’ x 14’ wooden platform is provided; however, ground space for tents is also available. A fire ring and picnic table are included.  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Group Campsite A : On-site parking is available on this large, grassy campsite. This site holds a maximum capacity of 25 people. There are two 11-foot picnic tables, a fire ring, and an elevated cooking frill on the campsite. A biodegradable toilet is also provided.

Group Campsite B: On-site parking is available on this large, grassy campsite. This site holds a maximum capacity of 25 people. There are two 11-foot picnic tables, a fire ring, and an elevated cooking grill on the campsite. A biodegradable toilet is also provided. 

Cabin 1:  Cabin 1 is located in a wooded area on the eastern shore of Steenykill Lake. The cabin has a furnished living room (16’ x 24’) with a woodstove for heat, eating area, and furniture for relaxing. There are three bedrooms in the cabin. One bedroom contains a double bed, while the other two bedrooms contain 2 twin beds each. There is a small kitchen with a sink, electronic range and oven, refrigerator with freezer, and ample cabinets for storage. Cabin 1 has a bathroom with flush toilet, sink, and shower. This is a pet friendly campsite.

During the summer peak season, this cabin rents from Saturday to Saturday only.

Firewood IS NOT provided with your cabin. You may purchase firewood in the office during normal business hours.

Check in time is 3:00 pm. Check out is 11:00 am.

Occupants must bring all bedding (i.e. linens, pillows, etc.), and all kitchen utensils and supplies (i.e. pots, pans, silverware etc.).  This is a pet friendly campsite.

Cabin 2:   Cabin 2 is located in a wooded area on the eastern shore of Steenykill Lake. The cabin has a furnished living room (16’ x 24’) with a woodstove for heat, eating area, and furniture for relaxing. There are three bedrooms in the cabin. One bedroom contains a double bed, while the other two bedrooms contain 2 twin beds each. There is a small kitchen with a sink, electronic range and oven, refrigerator with freezer, and ample cabinets for storage. Cabin 2 has a bathroom with flush toilet, sink, and shower.

During the summer peak season, this cabin rents from Saturday to Saturday only.

Firewood IS NOT provided with your cabin. You may purchase firewood in the office during normal business hours.

Check in time is 3:00 pm. Check out is 11:00 am.

Occupants must bring all bedding (i.e. linens, pillows, etc.), and all kitchen utensils and supplies (i.e. pots, pans, silverware etc.).

Group Cabin:  The Group Cabin is located off of Park Ridge Road in a wooded area of the park. It can accommodate a maximum of 28 people. The cabin partially accessible for persons with disabilities. The Group Cabin has an outside area with picnic tables, a fire ring, and an open grass play field. The cabin consists of a large centralized multi-purpose room for relaxing and dining. There are two separate bunkrooms. Each bunkroom sleeps 14 people in 7 bunk beds. Each bunkroom is also adjacent to its own restroom facilities with showers. The restrooms contain full ADA accessible facilities. There is a kitchen equipped with an electric range with an over, refrigerator and freezer, a sink, and numerous cabinets. A woodstove in the multi-purpose room heats the cabin in cooler months.

Firewood IS NOT provided with your cabin. You may purchase firewood in the office during normal business hours.

Check in time is 3:00 pm. Check out is 11:00 am.

Occupants must bring all bedding (i.e. linens, pillows, etc.), and all kitchen utensils and supplies (i.e. pots, pans, silverware etc.).

Today with more than 16,000 acres High Point offers superb trails for hikers, quiet spots for campers and anglers, and many year-around activities for the day visitor.

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Cabin
Closed for Off-Season
Site: Cabin 1
Area: Family Cabins
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Flush
Cost: Resident $75.00 - Non-Resident $85.00 (Per Day)
Cabin
Closed for Off-Season
Site: Cabin 2
Area: Family Cabins
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Flush
Cost: Resident $75.00 - Non-Resident $85.00 (Per Day)
Group Cabin
Closed for Off-Season
Site: Group Cabins
Area: Group Cabins
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 28
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Flush
Cost: Resident $175.00 - Non-Resident $185.00 (Per Day)
Group Campsite
Closed for Off-Season
Site: A
Area: Group Campsites
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 25
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $50.00 - Non-Resident $100.00 (Per Day)
Group Campsite
Closed for Off-Season
Site: B
Area: Group Campsites
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 25
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $50.00 - Non-Resident $100.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 001
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 002
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 003
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 004
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 016
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 017
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 018
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 024
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 025
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Full
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 026
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Full
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 027
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 029
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 030
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 031
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 032
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 033
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 034
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 035
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 036
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 037
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Full
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 038
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 039
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 040
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 041
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 042
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 043
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 044
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 045
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Flush
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 046
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 047
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 048
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 049
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Pet Friendly, Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 050
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 005
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 006
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 007
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 008
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 009
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 010
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 011
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 012
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 013
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 014
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 015
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 019
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 020
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 021
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 022
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent, Trailer
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 023
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
Tent
Closed for Off-Season
Site: 028
Area: Sawmill
Site Access: Drive-In
Maximum People: 6
Shade: Partial
Toilets: Pit
Cost: Resident $20.00 - Non-Resident $25.00 (Per Day)
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Contact Information

Mailling Address: HIGH POINT STATE PARK
1480 State Route 23
Sussex, New Jersey 07461

Direct Line: (973) 875-4800

Emergency Number: (877) 927-6337

Amenity Details

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Bicycling
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Church
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Convenience Store
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Firewood Sales
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Important Information

Check-In - Check-in is mandatory and required upon your arrival at the Park. Check-in is available during office hours. Should you arrive when the office is closed, you may proceed to your facility and check in the following morning when the office re-opens. Please refer to your confirmation email, as check-in times vary by facility.

Alcoholic Beverages are NOT permitted in any New Jersey State Park Service Area.

Smoking and Vaping is not permitted in any New Jersey State Park Service Area.

Pets are permitted ONLY in specified camp sites.

Black bears are present in New Jersey. During your stay at the park, all coolers and food-related items must be stored in the trunk of your vehicle at all times. Garbage should be promptly removed from your campsite and put in the appropriate trash receptacle.

Ticks are present in New Jersey and at our campsites.  For information on how to prevent tick bites that may transmit disease please visit https://www.cdc.gov/ticks/index.html

Minimum Age – camping facilities and sites must be reserved by at least 1 person 18 years of age or older, who shall occupy and be responsible for the facility or site during the rental period.

Firewood – Firewood is not furnished at campsites or cabins, but can be purchased at the office during business hours.

Visitors are allowed at camping facilities and cabins between the hours of 8:00am – 8:00pm. If visitors choose to enter the Day Use area entrance fees will be charged from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.

Quiet hours are observed between 10:00pm – 6:00am.

CAMPSITES – Must be reserved for a minimum of 2 nights. The maximum length of stay in a campsite is 14 consecutive nights. There is a maximum of 2 vehicles per site. Parking for additional vehicles is available in a nearby overflow lot with an additional charge of $5 per night per vehicle. Please contact the Park Office for specific details regarding multiple vehicles.

GROUP CAMPSITES - May be reserved for a minimum of 1 night up to a 14 night maximum length of stay. More than 2 vehicles are permitted on group campsites, however upon registration you will only be allowed a maximum of 2. Upon check in all vehicles on your site will be required to be registered.

GROUP CABIN – Must be reserved for a minimum of 2 nights. The maximum length of stay in the group cabin is 14 consecutive nights.

CABINS – From the Friday prior to Memorial Day through the day after Labor Day family cabins must be reserved for a period of whether 7 or 14 consecutive nights. Prior to the Friday of Memorial Day weekend and after Labor Day cabins can be reserved for a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 14 consecutive nights.

Facility Details

Lake Marcia offers a seasonal bathhouse open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend from the hours of 10:00am to 6:00pm. Hot showers, dressing rooms and restrooms are available. An adjacent seasonally operated concession stand is also available.

Standing at the highest elevation in the state of New Jersey, 1803 feet above sea level, the monument was built through the generosity of the Kuser family, in honor of all war veterans. Construction was started in 1928 and completed in 1930. At the top of the 220-foot structure, observers have a breathtaking view of the ridges of the Pocono Mountains toward the west, the Catskill Mountains to the north and the Wallkill River Valley in the southeast. The monument is open seasonally, weather permitting. Contact the park office for up-to-date information.

The Interpretive Center offers a variety of interpretive and educational programs on a year-round basis. Nature hikes, stream walk, and talks are conducted by the park naturalist throughout the seasons. Upcoming program schedules and information can be found by contacting the park office or by visiting the Interpretive Center on the web at www.highpointpark.blogspot.com

Picnic tables and grills are located throughout the Day Use Area of High Point State Park. Multiple restrooms with flush toilets and potable water are located throughout the park.

Attraction Details

High Point State Park is just one of many New Jersey State Parks in Sussex County. Swartswood State Park, Stokes State Forest, Jenny Jump State Forest, Worthington State Forest and Waywayanda State Park are all within an hour drive. The nearby Delaware River and Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area also offer many recreational activities for visiting families to enjoy. High Point State Park is located in the Tri-State Area, providing easy access to nearby New York and Pennsylvania attractions.

High Point State Park offers many recreational activities for both the day and overnight visitor.

Lake Marcia, a 20-acre spring fed natural lake with a lifeguarded beach, is refreshing for swimmers during the hot summer months.

During the winter, the High Point Cross-Country Ski Center, a private concession within the park, maintains over 10 miles of groomed trails and provides equipment rentals and instruction for both cross-country skiing and snow shoeing.

Picnicking facilities are provided in attractive, private and open settings with tables and charcoal grills.

High Point State Park offers 50 family campsites with fire rings and picnic tables in a secluded setting along 20-acre Sawmill Lake. A limited number of campsites have space for a travel trailer, but must be completely self contained, as there are no water, sewer, or electric hookups available in the park. Camping is available seasonally from April 1 - October 31. For larger groups High Point State Park offers two group campsites located off of Park Ridge Road in a secluded location. Group Campsite A has a capacity of 25 people. Group Campsite B has a capacity of 25 people. The group campsites have potable water nearby and each has a composting pit toilet on site. Group camping is available year around however potable water access is limited in winter months.

Two family cabins and a group cabin are available for rentals in the park. All cabins have electricity, bathrooms with a shower, toilet and sink, and are furnished with a woodstove for heat during cooler months. The cabins also have a full kitchen with a sink, refrigerator, and electric stove. Cabins are available from May 15 - October 15.

With over 50 miles of trails, High Point State Park offers visitors a variety of options during the year. Designated multi-use trails are available for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, dog sledding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.

Park visitors can experience a portion of the Appalachian Trail which offers many scenic views of the surrounding valleys and mountains.

Although we do not have boat rentals, boating is available at two locations in the park, the 20-acre Sawmill Lake and 36.6-acre Steenykill Lake. Power boats are limited to electric motors only. Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices are required for each boat occupant.

Excellent fishing can be found in High Point's numerous lakes and streams. A New Jersey fishing license is required for individuals aged 16 and over.

Hunting is permitted in designated areas within High Point State Park and is subject to NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife regulation.

Orientation

Located in the extreme northwest corner of New Jersey, the park is situated along the crest of the Kittatinny Mountains in Sussex County. The view from High Point Monument, at 1,803 feet above sea level, is a spectacular panorama of rich farmland and forest, soft hills and lush valleys in three states: New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. The blue line of the Delaware River divides the verdant ridges of New Jersey from those of Pennsylvania. High Point State Park is also the home of the Dryden Kuser Natural Area, at 1,500 feet above sea level, this Atlantic white cedar swamp is the highest of its kind in the world.

Directions

GPS Coordinates DMS 41° 18" 23.04" N 74° 40' 14.78 " W Take Route 23 approximately 7 miles north of the town of Sussex, NJ, or 4 miles south of Port Jervis, NY.

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