Outdoors & Sport Recreation in Columbia NJ

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Columbia

Settled against the eastern banks of the Delaware River, just west of US Interstate 80, is the alluring town of Columbia.

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    Camp Taylor Campground
    City: Columbia
    85 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Columbia, NJ 07832
    Camp Taylor Campground is located on 400 pristine acres adjacent to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and the Appalachian Trail, New Jersey's most majestic terrain. The heavily wooded...
    Delaware River Family Campground
    City: Columbia
    100 Rt. 46 Columbia, NJ 07832
    Delaware River Family Campground is a memorable camping retreat nestled along side the scenic Delaware River, in Columbia. We are open from April 1st thru October 31. We offer various types of tent...
    City: Columbia
    P.O. Box 77 Columbia, NJ 07832
    Our tours are designed for the novice and expert alike. Go kayaking in New Jersey at cool places like the Delaware River, Statue of Liberty, Graveyard of Ships, Sandy Hook Bay, Meadowlands and more...
    Lakota Wolf Preserve
    City: Columbia
    89 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Columbia, NJ 07832
    Wolf watches daily. Weekday reservations needed. Home to nearly two dozen wolves, bobcats and foxes. ...
    City: Columbia
    Old Mine Rd. (I-80, Exit 1) Columbia, NJ 07832
    Some of the most rugged terrain and splendid views of northern New Jersey are found in Worthington State Forest. A rocky and sometimes steep trail follows Dunnfield Creek from the Delaware River to...