Helping preserve a place for nature in the heart of Gloucester County, NJ


Keeping the park beautiful!


What We Do

We are a committee of volunteers supporting Tall Pines State Preserve located in Gloucester County, New Jersey, USA. Our activities include:

  • SPONSORING volunteer projects that enhance the natural beauty and wildlife habitat of the preserve.
  • WORKING with and assisting preserve officials.
  • FACILITATING public awareness and enjoyment of Tall Pines.
  • RAISING FUNDS for the benefit of the Preserve.

Upcoming Events

  • Bird Quest: Saturday, May 4th. This county-wide bird spotting competition includes a walk with expert birders at 7:00 AM here at Tall Pines! For more information and to register for the event, see the Gloucester County Nature Club's website.
  • Monthly Meeting: Tuesday, May 14th at 7:00 PM in the Jack C. Sheppard, Sr. Community Center (historic train station), 2 North East Ave., Wenonah, NJ.
  • National Trails Day: Saturday, June 1st. This nationwide event will include activities at Tall Pines. More details will be posted here in May.
  • Gloucester County Firefly Festival: Saturday, June 29th, from 8 PM to 9:30 PM. The park is normally closed after dark, but tonight you can see "nature's light show" along with fun, educational activities. A three-quarter mile, self-guided loop trail will be marked out. More details will be posted here in May.

Latest News

  • 12/29/2018, Mantua Creek Oil Spill Update 2: The cleanup of oil spilled from the December 5th tanker truck accident is...(read more)
  • 12/19/2018, Mantua Creek Oil Spill Update: The December 5th tanker truck accident on Route 55 caused a significant s...(read more)
  • 7/7/2018, Red Trail Now Marked: If you visited Tall Pines in the last month, you may have seen a new set of...(read more)
  • 3/20/2018, Bird Homes For Rent!: In cooperation with the New Jersey Bluebird Society, we recently installe...(read more)
  • 11/3/2017, Dog Owner Responsibilities: Tall Pines State Preserve is a great place for owners to take their dogs an...(read more)