Whitesbog encompasses 3,000 acres of bogs, creeks, and forests, and offers a diversity of wildlife and scenic beauty long enjoyed by visitors to this historic cranberry and blueberry farm.

The Whitesbog Preservation Trust invites visitors to travel back in time to learn about the history of cranberry farming, life in a rural South Jersey company town and the individuals and culture that supported the farming operations and Elizabeth White’s efforts to cultivate the first highbush blueberry. Explore the Village on your own or attend a scheduled program, or sign up for a guided tour. Check our Calendar of Events for dates and times. Registering is easy and can be done right on-line.

Whitesbog Village is part of Brendan T. Byrne State Forest located in Burlington County, New Jersey. The Village is open every day from dawn to dusk and offers designated hiking, biking, horseback riding trails, and driving routes. Starting from the Whitesbog General Store, visitors are invited to explore the Village with maps and brochures, available at the Visitors Center (weekdays), in the General Store (weekends), or in the Village Kiosk (after hours). You may also walk or ride around the cranberry bogs and through the woods to experience the wonders of nature in this unique area.

Please note: Your use of the Whitesbog trails and other areas is strictly at your own risk. The Trust accepts no responsibility for any damage to your vehicle or injury to drivers, passengers, or walkers. The trust makes no representations—express or implied—about the suitability and safety of the Whitesbog trails and areas for recreational use and driving. Anyone using the Whitesbog trails and areas releases the Trust from any damage, injury, or harm that may occur during such usage.

Enjoy your visit!