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Day use trail visitors are not allowed entry into the park once it is filled to capacity.A non-refundable service fee of .00 will be charged to the customer for each reservation.Running water and pit toilets are within walking distance. Campground Map (Low resolution for viewing purposes) Campground Map (High resolution for printing purposes) File Size:375 KB back Special Use Permit Application Package A Special Use Permit is utilized to accommodate a specific activity or event being conducted over a short duration.There are two types of special use permits: Non-Commercial and Commercial and fees are based on NJ residency and Non-residents.Access to campsites by boat, canoe, or backpacking. Fee: NJ Resident per night; Non Resident per night.Three-to six-mile hike from parking lot and from most facilities including swimming area. Group wilderness campsites: Eight group wilderness sites with fire rings. Fee: New Jersey Resident per night; Non Resident 0 per night.You can access it from the campers boat launch area.
Cross-country skiers and sledding enthusiasts congregate at Round Valley in the winter months. The nine-mile Cushetunk Trail and the three-mile lower service road are multi-use trails that pass through open and heavily wooded areas.The Round Valley Reservoir swimming area was created by the construction of an earth dam across a narrow waterway on the west side of the reservoir, separating it from the main part of the reservoir. Round Valley is one of the few parks that offers wilderness camping. All trails are accessed from the South Parking Lot within the Day-use Area. Visitors should plan their trail activities so that they will be out of the park by closing and are reminded to stay on the path.The reservoir covers over 2,000 acres and is approximately 180 feet deep, the deepest lake in New Jersey. The campsites on the eastern side of the reservoir are accessible only by hiking or boating. April 1 through the Friday before Memorial Day Weekend: 8 a.m. The Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Monday: 8 a.m. The Tuesday after Labor Day through September 30: 8 a.m. Wandering off causes erosion, damage to vegetation and may, in some areas, result in trespassing onto private property. Pets must be leashed at all times, and owners are responsible for picking up after their pets.Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program you can help us keep your parks clean and beautiful by carrying out the trash you carry in. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle. The Cushetunk trail surface is rugged, rocky and steep in places which makes it more suitable for experienced hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders.Users must follow the same trail back as it ends at the Water Supply Authority's Restricted Area and therefore, has no outlet.