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New Jersey United States #206 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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.Attractions in New Jersey
The Space Farms Museum and Zoo, Lakota Wolf Preserve, Story Land Park at Fairy Tale Forest, The Liberty Science Center, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Old Barracks Museum, Adventure Aquarium, Camden Children's Garden, Six Flags Great Adventure, Storybook Land, Forsythe's Wildlife Refuge.
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Welcome to New Jersey! Pennsylvania/New Jersey Stateline.
Welcome to New Jersey! Pennsylvania/New Jersey Stateline.
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View from highway
View from highway.
View from highway.
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View from highway- Photo Delaware River highway sign
View from highway-  Photo Delaware River highway sign
View from highway driving South.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.  Crossing the Delaware River. The Delaware Rive
View from highway driving South. Crossing the Delaware River. The Delaware River serves as the conduit to the Atlantic Ocean for many of New Jersey's rivers and streams. The Delaware River and Delaware Bay together form New Jersey's western boundary.
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1.0
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #650
East side of the highway.
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2.2
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #653
East side of the highway.
2.1
3.3
Services and fuel available
At the highway.
2.7
4.3
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
3.1
5.0
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #645
West side of the highway. Access to community of Hainesville, New Jersey.
3.2
5.2
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #656

3.9
6.3
Services, gas and diesel
East side at the highway.
4.2
6.7
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #675
Access to community of Abertown, New Jersey.
4.8
7.8
Roadside turnout
Gravel, access to fishing - West side of the highway.
5.1
8.2
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #654
West side of the highway.
6.1
9.8
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #652
Access to community of Layton, New Jersey - West side of the highway.
6.5
10.4
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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13.1
Access to Stokes State Forest
The breathtaking and panoramic view from Sunrise Mountain along the Appalachian Trail rewards the hiker who has trekked up the steep side of the mountain. Campsites: 77 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Some camping areas available all year.
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View from highway - Photo Stokes State Forest, New Jersey highway sign
View from highway - Photo Stokes State Forest, New Jersey  highway sign
Access to Stokes State Forest. Stokes is famous for its impressive beauty, whether it is at the top of a mountain ridge or in the cool and fragrant Tillman Ravine with its rushing stream and steep cliffs. Hikers, campers, fishermen and photographers are attracted to its wild setting.
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15.3
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #636
Access to the upper North shore of Culvers Lake, New Jersey - East of the highway.
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16.3
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #521
Access to communities of Lake Owassa, New Jersey, Myrtle Grove, New Jersey and Blairstown, New Jersey - West side of the highway.
10.5
16.9
Access to the North shore of Culvers Lake, New Jersey
East side of the highway.
10.8
17.4
Access to North shore of Lake Owassa, New Jersey

11.0
17.7
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #630

12.3
19.8
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #630
East side of the highway.
12.4
19.9
Access to pay telephone
West side of the highway.
12.5
20.1
Entering boro of Branchville, New Jersey
Northern limits.
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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #519
North access to communities of Beemerville, New Jersey, Plumbsock, New Jersey and Colesville, New Jersey - East of the highway; South to Clear View Lake. Access to Swartswood State Park. Access to Branchville business district. Established in 1914 as New Jersey's first state park, Swartswood is well known for its great fishing and tranquil surroundings. Campsites: 65 tent and trailer sites with a fire ring, picnic table and lantern holder. Maximum occupancy is six at each site. Flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities are within walking distance. Trailer sanitary and water stations available. Fishing is available along the shores or by boat. Some of the many species of fish found in Swartswood Lake include brown trout, tiger trout, large mouth bass, walleye, and pickerel.
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Augusta Hill Road.
Community of Augusta, New Jersey.
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Community of Ross Corner, New Jersey
Junction of Highway #15 East to community of Sparta, New Jersey. Junction of Sussex County Roadway #565 East to communities of Pellettown, New Jersey and Glenwood, New Jersey. Services, gas available at the highway.
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View from highway
Township of Hampton. View from highway driving South.
Township of Hampton. View from highway driving South.
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Junction of Highway #94 East
Access to communities of Monroe, New Jersey, Hamburg, New Jersey and Vernon, New Jersey. Access to the Wawayanda State Park. Note: Highway #94 overlaps Highway #206 at this point. Wawayanda State Park. The quiet charm of Wawayanda appeals to hikers, campers, swimmers and boaters. Forested hills surround Lake Wawayanda creating a restful backdrop for canoeists, boaters and fisherman.
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Services, gas and diesel
Available at the highway.
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City of Newton, New Jersey
Access to business district. Newton lies upon the slope of a gentle hill, of mingled slate and limestone, at whose foot a spring sends forth the first waters of the Paulinskill, the chief river of the county.
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View from highway- Photo - Newton highway sign
View from highway-  Photo  - Newton highway sign
Welcome to Newton, New Jersey.
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View from highway looking at the city of Newton, New Jersey.
View from highway looking at the city of Newton, New Jersey.
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Mill Street
Junction of Highway #519 South to community of Johnsonburg, New Jersey.
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Main Street

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34.3
Junction of Highway #94 West
Access to communties of Yellow Frame, New Jersey, Marksboro, New Jersey and Walnut Valley, New Jersey. Note: Highway #94 overlap ends at this point.
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35.0
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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35.9
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #621

23.0
37.0
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - South side of the highway.
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37.4
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services.
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37.5
Community of Springdale, New Jersey

23.9
38.5
Access to lodging
South side of the highway.
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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #618
Access to campgrounds - South side of the highway.
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Stickles Pond Road
Junction of Sussex County Roadway #611 - South of the highway. Access to communities of Greendell, New Jersey and Tranquility, New Jersey - West side of the highway.
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Community of Andover, New Jersey

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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #603
West to the community of Hackettstown, New Jersey. Hackettstown Attractions: Arts Off Main - Hackettstown Historical Society Museum - Vasa Park - Four Sisters Winery.
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Access to the Kittatinny Valley State Park
No camping facilities - East side of the highway. Glacial lakes, limestone outcroppings, former railroads, and a small airport are features of Kittatinny Valley State Park. Lake Aeroflex and Gardner's Pond form part of the headwaters of the Pequest River and are excellent for fishing and boating.
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Access to lodging
West side of the highway.
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Boro of community of Andover, New Jersey

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Roadside turnout
Gravel, access to hiking trails - East side of the highway.
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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #669
Access to the airport.
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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #517
Access to communities of Lake Lenape, New Jersey, Sparta, New Jersey and Franklin, New Jersey - East side of the highway. Access to Allamuchy, New Jersey and Hackettstown, New Jersey - West side of the highway. Hackettstown is located in a valley along the banks of the Musconetcong River.
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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #606
West side of the highway.
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Access to camping
East side of the highway.
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Community of Cranberry Lake, New Jersey

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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #607
Access to Wolf Lake, New Jersey - East of the highway.
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Junction of Sussex County Roadway #604
Access to Stephens State Park - West of the highway. The Musconetcong River, an excellent freshwater fishing spot, flows over and around boulders through Stephens State Park. Campsites: Forty tent and small trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Flush toilets.
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Acorn Street

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View from highway
Junction of Highway #183 East to communities of Stanhope, New Jersey and Netcong
Junction of Highway #183 East to communities of Stanhope, New Jersey and Netcong, New Jersey. Access to the Hopatcong State Park. Lake Hopatcong is the focal point of the park. Hopatcong State Park is at the southwest end of the lake. Both Lake Hopatcong and Lake Musconetcong offer excellent year-round fishing. During the spring the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife stocks both lakes with brown, rainbow and brook trout. Warm water species commonly caught are large mouth bass, sunfish, catfish, perch and pickerel. Lake Hopatcong provides an excellent opportunity for any type of boating, ranging from canoes to large motor boats, sailboats, sailboards and jet skis. The park has several picnic areas. At each picnic area, visitors will find grills and tables.
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Entering boro of Stanhope, New Jersey

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Access to community of Waterloo Village
West side of the highway. Waterloo Village, 19th century Morris Canal port town, is a National Historic Site. It is located along the banks of the Musconectcong River in the Allamuchy Mountain State Park in Sussex County, New Jersey.
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Access to Interstate Highway #80
West to community of Stroudsburg, New Jersey.
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Junction of I-80 East
Access to Patterson, New York City.
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Boro of community of Netcong

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Exit 27
Access to community of Mount Olive.
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Junction of Highway #183

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Access to Highway #46
East access to communities of Ledgewood, New Jersey, Dover, New Jersey and Denville, New Jersey; West to Budd Lake, New Jersey, Hackettstown, New Jersey, Washington, New Jersey and Delaware. Access to Stephens State Park. The Musconetcong River, an excellent freshwater fishing spot, flows over and around boulders through Stephens State Park. Campsites: Forty tent and small trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Flush toilets. Less than one mile east along Waterloo Road at Saxton Falls are the remains of one of the Morris Canal's twenty-three locks and a section of the old canal's towpath. The original canal was 90 miles in length, stretching from Newark to Phillipsburg, and was used to ship coal and iron across the state.
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Community of Mount Olive, New Jersey

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Mooney Road
Access to community of Budd Lake, New Jersey - West of the highway. Services, gas available - West side at the highway.
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Access to Mount Olive, New Jersey
West of the highway.
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Access to community of Bartley, New Jersey and Flanders, New Jersey
West of the highway.
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Services, gas and diesel
West side at the highway.
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Four Bridges Road
West side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Black River.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Boro of community of Chester, New Jersey
Northern limits.
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Junction of Morris County Roadway #513
Access to communities of Long Valley, New Jersey, High Bridge, New Jersey and Pittstown, New Jersey - West of the highway. Access to Voorhees State Park and Hacklebarney State Park - West of the highway. Access to communities of Marcella, New Jersey and Oak Ridge, New Jersey - East of the highway. Voorhees State Park. Voorhees, like Parvin State Park, served as a camp for the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) - Franklin Roosevelt's program to get people back to work during the Depression. Campsites: 50 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables are available. Modern toilets and showers, Trailer sanitary station. Hacklebarney State Park. The freshwater Black River briskly cuts its way through rocky Hacklebarney State Park. Hacklebarney is a favorite place for avid anglers, hikers and picnickers.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of the highway.
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View from highway- Photo - Peapack & Gladstone highway sign
View from highway-  Photo  -  Peapack & Gladstone  highway sign
Pottersville Road. Junction of Morris County Roadway #512 East to community of Gladstone, New Jersey; West to Pottersville, New Jersey and Fairmount, New Jersey. This is the boro of community of Peapack, New Jersey and Gladstone, New Jersey.
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79.8
Services and gas
East side at the highway.
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Junction of Someset County Roadway #523
West to the communities of Bedminster, New Jersey and Lamington, New Jersey. Junction of Highway #202, east to Far Hills, New Jersey and Morristown, New Jersey. Note: Highway #202 overlaps Highway #206 at this point.Access to Morriston National Historic Park. General Washington twice chose Morristown due to its strategic location, including proximity to New York City, defensible terrain, important communication routes, access to critical resources, and a supportive community. The park encompasses ground occupied by the army during the vast 1779-80 encampment, and the site of the fortification from the 1777 encampment. The Ford Mansion, where Washington made his headquarters, is an important feature of the park and recalls civilian contributions to the winning of independence. During two critical winters of the Revolutionary War, 1777 and 177980, the countryside in and around Morristown, New Jersey, sheltered the main encampments of the American Continental Army and served as the headquarters of its commander-in-chief, General George Washington.
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84.0
River Road

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84.8
Access to Interstate Highway #78 and #287
I-287 North to communities of Morristown, New Jersey and Oakland, New Jersey; South to Piscataway, New Jersey and Perth Amboy, New Jersey. I-78 East to Newark, New Jersey; West to Lebanon, New Jersey and Springtown, New Jersey. Access to town of Pluckemin, New Jersey - East side of the highway. Highway #206 continues South to Somerville, New Jersey, Princeton, New Jersey and Trenton, New Jersey. Highway #202 continues West to Sergeantsville and Ringoes, New Jersey. Start/finish of highway travel Guide. - S&e
52.7
84.8
Access to Interstate Highway #78 and #287
For highway travel west via Interstate highway # 78, See Milebymile.com - New Jersey Road Map Travel Guide - Pluckemin to Pennsylvania/New Jersey State Line for driving directions

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