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No, the World isn't ending! Dont worry! But World's End State park could just be the beginning of... read more

Reviewed October 6, 2018
Sam B
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Fantastic park for kids!

We love World’s End State Park! We visit multiple times throughout the year. The park has great... read more

Reviewed September 25, 2018
beccafin
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Spring Lake, NJ
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Good
1. If you know, there is no check in process if you have reservations, just go to your site and set up.
2. The hiking trails are ridiculously amazing, although they are rigorous to advanced.
3. The mature sites are large with nice picnic table and fire pit.

Bad
1. The tent and RV section is separate from the snack shop and office, they seem to cater to cabin people.
2. You better use the GPS coordinates because road signs and construction make finding the actual campsites difficult.
3. Parts of their gravel roads are in need of repair so be careful if you show up in the dark.
4. If you forgot something the local area has extreme limited stores

No water at sites, this isn't good or bad, but rather just a note.

Thank JayDog
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Reviewed October 6, 2018 via mobile

No, the World isn't ending! Dont worry!

But World's End State park could just be the beginning of your appreciation for the World.

Well signposted throughout for hiking trails of all difficulties, World's End has tonnes to offer. Grab a stay at one of the log cabins, or just take a day visit, it'll be worth your while.

Recommended bits to hit: The Double Run trail - if you're fit and strong, take the left path after the second bridge to take on a pretty steep incline and then descent to reach the beautiful Cottonwood Falls, or if you are not feeling too adventurous or the ground isnt firm enough after rain etc for your liking, take the right path after the second bridge and take a far more level route to the falls.

The Canyon Vista trail is only a very short walk but beware! It is very steep and will require a good level of robustness and strength to ascend, especially after wet weather.

For a walking-free approach to a spectacular view, drive 5-6 miles to High Knob. With good clear skies the view reaches 20 miles and is stunning. There is even the possibility of spotting bald eagles hunting through the labyrinth of valleys below. Well worth the effort.

At the main reception there is friendly and informative staff and a shop for mementos. All in all, a great place to visit.

Thank Sam B
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Reviewed September 25, 2018 via mobile

We love World’s End State Park! We visit multiple times throughout the year. The park has great things for kids to do: swim in the swimming hole, skip rocks on the river, walk a trail, play on the awesome playground, or explore the nature center. Finish the trip with some ice cream from the snack stand! It’s beautiful scenery everywhere you look and no cell service. A great place to disconnect with the family.

1  Thank beccafin
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Reviewed September 20, 2018

We mainly visited this park because we thought the name was cool, but we found it to be a very nice park with lots of picnic areas and places you could walk to. If we lived closer, I'm sure that this would be a place that we visited more often, just to be out in the middle of nature. If was a nice ride there, and you definitely can get away from everything!

Thank Tom and Kristi M
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Reviewed August 27, 2018

If you enjoy the outdoors, this is a place for you. The streams are clean and are so serene. The grounds are tranquil. The mountains are quiet, peaceful and breathtaking! Several different trails to walk on from easy to difficult; something for everyone. A must see is Canyon Vista Trail and High Knob. Biking riding is difficult. The cabins are rustic, no potties inside or running water. There is a refrig/freezer, electric stove, cast iron wood burning stove, hardwood floors, 2 full size bunk beds. The cabins are cozy. There are fire pits; some have additional outdoor fireplaces which is nice when it rains because they are under a roof. Wood can be purchased in the surrounding areas. Bathrooms and showers are a short walk away; very nice bath houses and they even have a few family private ones. The office at WESP are very helpful and friendly. It's a nice place to decompress! Look forward going back every fall during the fall foliage season. Highly recommend!

Thank MS52
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Reviewed August 16, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful natural beauty along since rushing rocky streams. A snack bar for food, camping available as well as cabin rentals.

Thank Artisticwander
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Reviewed August 15, 2018 via mobile

My wife and I went camping at world’s end state park. The facilities at the park were top notch and the camping provided everything you would need for tent camping. My wife enjoyed the canyon vista 4 mike trail. We hiked the entire loop by there is an option to drive to the view. Also many of the camp sites are near the river and you can hear the rushing water at night while sleeping. Which provides for a nice smooth sleeping sound.

Thank jeffwU2958ED
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Reviewed August 15, 2018

Beautiful State Park. Creek, Swimming area, camping area, concession stand, and lots more to see. Very scenic. Two overlooks that give you a fantastic view. A must see.

Thank 263danah
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Reviewed August 9, 2018

We camped at the park for 3 nights. Very quiet, nice campsites during the week. On the weekends, I think might be different...spacing is rather close together. The restrooms are clean, but in the summer with the high humidity you are just as sweaty when you come out of the shower as when you went in. Beautiful back country...you can drive for miles without seeing anyone else. That is other than the road repair crews. This summer has wrecked havoc--we did alot of detours and could not see the one lookout at all due to a washed out road. Best to bring everything you need in with you. We hoped to buy supplies at the general store in Forksville only to find out they are closed on Mondays. Creek was too high so no swimming at the small beach.

Thank Angie T
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Reviewed August 6, 2018

Beautiful park. Not very big. Nice hiking trails. most of them are very difficult. Nice stream. Fishing is so-so. Bathrooms are nice.

Thank Rudy F
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