Explore Warren County
Warren County is home to some of the most spectacular views, cleanest waterways and richest farmland in New Jersey. The county also has a remarkable history that stems from the wilderness times of the 18th century to rural 19th century American heritage.
Sponsored by the Warren County Department of Land Preservation, this year’s Warren County Preservation Day will be held at the historic White Lake Natural Resource Area. The well-preserved area will be the backdrop for groups throughout the county to showcase their work protecting open space, farmland, and historic sites.
The White Lake Natural Resource Area is a 469 acre preserve in Hardwick Township owned by the County of Warren. The lake itself is a deep 69-acre spring fed water body that lies in the Great Limestone Valley in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Beneath the clear blue water lays a chalky marl bottom composed of freshwater mollusk shells and clay. Evidence of past industrial activity, including an ice-house and marlworks, can be observed from the preserve’s wooded and meadow hiking trails. The Ridge and Valley Trail passes through White Lake preserve, and connects to the Paulinskill Valley Trail near the intersection of Spring Valley Road and Primrose Road.
Blairstown Museum Participation
White Lake Natural Resource Area
120 Stillwater Road
Hardwick, NJ 07825
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DATE & TIME
10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Saturday, September 28, 2019
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