Hiking, environmental education, visitor center.
Long Island Expressway, Exit 70; head north on County Road 111; follow 1/4 mile to Visitor Center on right.
Situated conveniently near several access points to hiking trails in the Pine Barrens, this facility was established to provide the public with environmental interpretation of the Pine Barrens. Exhibits include information on Pine Barrens Coastal Plain Ponds and Pine Barrens land and wildlife management. Informative literature and brochures are also available at the center. A short, interpretive "Blueberry Loop" trail has been routed on the grounds of the center to give visitors a sampling of a Pine Barrens outdoor experience. Also on the grounds is El's Trail, a 3/4 mile accessible trail (trail chair available.) A children's "Pine Barrens Touch Museum" is another highlight of the Pine Barrens Trail Information Center. Open Friday - Monday, from May - October.