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Ken Lockwood Gorge

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The Ken Lockwood Gorge is a shining gem hidden in the hills of hunterdon county. Back in the late 40's Sports writer Kenneth L. Lockwood began championing the area that is the gorge,  as a wild life refuge and trout conservation area. Upon his death the Department of fish and game named the area after him. The area has since been a haven for trout fisherman from all over the state of New Jersey.

Although the area has been set aside as a trout conservation area and place for trout anglers to practice there craft, many expoliot the area for hiking jogging and mountian biking.

I would like to request that any and all who visit this place PLEASE treat it with the utmost respect and care. PLEASE abide by the rule set down by NJ fish and game and PLEASE do not littler or tarnish this imaculate wild life conservation area. NJ is slowly losing its open spaces and it would be a CRIME to disrespect this pristine and beautiful stretch of water.

Thank you

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