Six New Jersey wildlife areas are being closed to the public for the summer to limit illegal behavior, NJ Advance Media reports.
They have become problem areas for partying, all-terrain vehicles and illegal swimming, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.
The following state-owned land will be off-limits beginning Wednesday through Labor Day:
- Cedar Lake Wildlife Management Area in Monroe Township, Gloucester County;
- Greenwood Forest Wildlife Management Area (Two spots: Parker's Pit and Clay Holes, both in Ocean County);
- Manantico Ponds Wildlife Management Area in Millville, Cumberland County;
- Wildcat Ridge Wildlife Management Area in Rockaway Township, Morris County; and
- Winslow Wildlife Management Area (also known as Hot Mix) in Winslow, Camden County.
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