It's All About the Pine Barrens!
140 pages of NJ Pinelands - Pine Barrens Information
for Visitors and Residents, since 1998!
New Jersey's Pine Barrens
by Cathy Antener
Founder/publisher of PineyPower.com
Order online at
ARCADIA PUBLISHING or AMAZON.COM
160 pages/over 70 photos
New Jersey Pinelands, also referred to as the Pine Barrens,
is a mysterious and fascinating region contained within seven
counties: Burlington, Ocean, Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland
and Gloucester. Brendan T. Byrne (formerly Lebanon), Wharton,
Bass River, Penn and Belleplain State Forests, the Forked River
Mountains, Barnegat and Tuckerton,
west to Chatsworth - the unofficial
"capital" of the Pinelands; Tabernacle, Shamong, Hammonton,
Port Republic, and many more special places are all located
within the Pinelands.
at PineyPower.com, you will find a complete guide to the Pinelands
Region. Whether you're down for the day, visiting NJ on a
vacation, planning a canoe
trip on the Wading, Mullica or Maurice River, thinking
of relocating, going deer
or duck hunting, would like to take a tour
of the area, searching for the JERSEY
DEVIL, or just a "local" looking for something new
and exciting to do, there's bound to be something in the NJ
Pinelands to interest you. You'll discover a new way of exploring
New Jersey's Pine Barrens! If you're planning a vacation or
a wedding in South Jersey - perhaps in Long
Beach Island, Cape May, Wildwood, Ocean City or Atlantic
City - the Pine Barrens is just a short drive away. Like wine?
The Pinelands is also home to several award-winning wineries!
outdoor activities to
dining and nightime
entertainment; glimpses of local
personalities, folklore - fact and fiction, lost
towns, festivals & jamborees,
cranberry recipes, maps,
music of the Pines , wildlife
refuges, and so much more, you'll find it in the Pinelands
of New Jersey. Relax, take a look around, see our photos,
see how much the area has to offer...there's sure to be something
For up-to-date information and events, visit PineyPower's
| The Pine Barrens
is becoming a popular tourist destination. It offers history, nature, boating,
camping, fishing, swimming, and most of all, peace and tranquility. It's
important to families who live here, whether for a few years or many generations,
that our peace and tranquility be preserved.A local lawyer or doctor won't
look any different than his neighbor who works the land. Thousand dollar
suits aren't what impress people of the Pines - taking care of nature and
fellow man is what matters. To that end, it is important for you to know
that as a visitor to our precious Pine Barrens, you should show respect
for the flora and fauna, for the historical buildings or their remains,
and show respect for the "locals". Walk and drive gently. Treat
our Pine Barrens as you would want a visitor to treat your own home town
- and your own family. Thank you.
Maxwell G. Hound
Jan. 1996 - Nov. 17, 2007
My Piney Hound will always be in my heart!
Celebrating PineyPower's 20th Year!
Barnegat NJ 08005
Owner-Webmaster: Cathy Antener
otherwise noted, all articles and photographs on this site are the property
of PineyPower, and as such, may not be reproduced without written permission.
is not now nor has it ever been in any way affiliated with "Piney
Power Pub," its owners, property, buildings, contents, merchandise,
activities, or staff members.
(held yearly in October)
May 15 - 16, 2007
Fire in the Pines
Photos and Weblog
of the webmaster's personal experience.
Located in eastern
Ocean County, The Rail Trail is a real treasure! See
MUSEUMS in the
NJ Pinelands and
An early September visit to Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife
Refuge in Brigantine
Jakes Branch County Park tagged "Gateway to the Pine
Artisans of the Pine Barrens, featuring Marilyn Wenz