In accordance with Governor Phil Murphy’s order announced on April 7th, all county parks will close indefinitely beginning at 8 PM on April 7. At the same time, all state parks in New Jersey will close indefinitely as well, including Wharton State Forest which stretches into the southeastern part of the county. This full closure includes all park lots, grounds, facilities, trails, and playgrounds.
Although residents are allowed to exercise outside under the governor’s stay at home order, these closures are intended to further reduce instances of individuals gathering in groups and further the state’s social distancing efforts.
Laurel Ravine (63.25 acres) is located in Lindenwold and Gloucester Township and is bounded by Chews Landing/Clementon Road and Laurel Road.
Bodies of Water within the Park
Mason’s Run runs through the property.