N.J. Admin. Code § 7:2-12.3 - Hiking trail restrictions
(a) Hiking trail use is limited to the routes marked or designated by the State Park Service for such use.
(b) A person shall not leave a marked trail and enter upon adjacent property not under the jurisdiction or control of the Department without permission of the owner.
(c) The use of bicycles and any motor vehicles except emergency vehicles on hiking trails is prohibited.
(d) The use of horse or pack animals on hiking trails is prohibited.
(e) Everything carried into a hiking trail or area shall be carried out by the hiker or placed in the proper trash receptacle, where provided.
(f) A person shall not molest or harass wildlife, livestock, pets or other domestic animals encountered along or adjacent to a trail.
(g) All pets shall be caged or held on a leash and under the immediate control of the owner at all times.
(h) The possession and use of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.
(i) The cutting, digging, defacing and/or removal of any vegetation or physical features is prohibited.
See: 38 N.J.R. 4779(a), 39 N.J.R. 1701(a).
In (g), deleted "furred animals or" preceding "pets".
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