Double Trouble State Park offers an outstanding example of the Pine Barrens ecosystem and a window into the Pine Barrens history. The park provides for the protection and interpretation of more than 8,000 acres of significant natural, cultural and recreational resources representative of the Pinelands National Reserve.
Its location and resource base afford an opportunity to introduce visitors to southern New Jersey's natural and cultural heritage. Both the natural environment, consisting of a high quality Pinelands watershed and an extremely well preserved historic village associated with New Jersey cranberry agriculture and Atlantic White Cedar logging and milling industries are available to visitors at the park.
The park includes Double Trouble Village, which consists of cranberry bogs and 14 original historic structures dating from the late 19th century through the early 20th century including a general store, a schoolhouse and cottages.
The sawmill was restored in 1995 and the cranberry sorting and packing house were completed in 1996. The park also features cedar creek, trails, fishing, hunting, canoeing / kayaking, cedar swamps, Pine Barren plants. The trails offer hiking, nature trails, horseback riding and biking.