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Cattus Island County Park

1170 Cattus Island Boulevard
732-270-6960

About Us:

The unspoiled beauty of nature is the main attraction at Cattus Island County Park. This environmentally sensitive park spans just over 500 acres and boasts several miles of trails, many offering lovely vistas of the adjacent Barnegat Bay. Cattus Island is home to the Cooper Environmental Center, where visitors of all ages will enjoy hands-on displays along with collections of live reptiles and fish.

Facilities:

Nature trails, scenic boardwalks, birding, photography, conservation area, environmental education, crabbing, cross-country skiing, fishing, picnic area, playground, scenic overlooks, and accessible environmental center (currently closed) and restrooms. 



Reviews

michelle miller

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Love this park. Clean. Well maintained with lots of trails nicely marked. Only downside was amount of ticks. Despite my dogs Sorreto anti tick collar I picked 4 off her and 3 off me. Will wait until the fall to follow the trails

redhood84

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Monday, April 2, 2018
Its a nice place to visit if your into nature. But if your going to take pictures just a heads up. If there are alot of people you won't see as much cause well there scarred. But if Your into long walks and just being out side great spot. Just heads up spray your self with tick repellent I have picked up a few ticks from this location.

jeanne dib

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Friday, June 1, 2018
Lovely park. Walk out to quiet beach, bird watching, hike and playground. Environmental center was closed but we plan to go back.

Jeff Whitley

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Friday, June 29, 2018
Cattus Island is a beautiful park. By far my favorite in Toms River. Has a number of nature trails to walk or bike down.

Bob Burt

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Saturday, April 21, 2018
Impressive nature center. Well maintained walking and bike paths going through estuaries out to bay. Some very nice elevated walkways over salt marsh terrain. Dogs allowed on leashes.

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