Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
The Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge  is a great park for birdwatching, with over 200 species of birds resting and feeding there. It is situated in Morris County, New Jersey, United States, and is just 26 miles west of Manhattan's Times Square.
The Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge consists of 7,600 acres of varied habitats. It is run by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and supported by the Friends of the Great Swamp. The refuge was established as a refuge on November 3, 1960; and has now become a resting and feeding area for more than 244 species of birds.
Fox, deer, muskrat, turtles, fish, frogs and a wide variety of wildflowers and plants also call the refuge home.
The refuge is open from sunrise to sunset.
Cars may be parked at any of the designated parking lots.
A map of the Great Swamp Refuge is available from the Fish and Wildlife Service.
There are no fees for visiting the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.
Cars are not allowed within the park, outside of the designated roads and parking lots.
There are trails within the refuge, which are open only to foot traffic.
Camping is not allowed in the refuge! If you do want to camp, two local parks allow camping by permit - Mahlon Dickerson and Lewis Morris Parks .
This is largely wetland, so be prepared for soggy conditions and stay on the trails where possible.
The same way you got in, just take your trash out with you and get out before dark!