N.J. Admin. Code § 7:2-12.5 - Hiker camping
(a) Hiker camping shall mean the erection of a tent or shelter of natural or synthetic material and/or preparing a sleeping bag or other bedding material for the purpose of overnight stay.
(b) Hiker camping is permitted only as part of the hiking experience on a hiking trail under the jurisdiction or control of the State Park Service.
(c) Hiker camping is permitted in hiker camping areas or other established campsite areas designated and approved by the State Park Service for overnight camping.
(d) On the Appalachian Trail hiker camping is limited to one overnight stay at each designated hiker camping area.
(e) Maximum occupancy for each hiker campsite may be limited or expanded by the Superintendent or designee as conditions warrant.
See: 38 N.J.R. 4779(a), 39 N.J.R. 1701(a).
In (e), substituted "Superintendent or designee" for "area Officer-in-Charge".
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