Contact the park office for a schedule of programs and to register. Spring and Summer Calendar of events There are three picnic areas within the recreation area; two are located on tree-shaded grassy spots at each end of the beach, and the third is on a hill overlooking the reservoir and park.At each picnic area the visitor will find tables and grills, restrooms, and playgrounds. back Round Valley Group Bus Reservation Rules and Regulations (pdf) Round Valley Group Bus Reservation Application Form (pdf) Round Valley Group Bus Reservation Application Form (Word document) Round Valley Group Bus Manifest (pdf) Round Valley Group Bus Manifest (Word document) A public boat launch is located north of the day use area, which is regulated by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife. By saving this information as default, you will be changing your login. Round Valley Recreation Area Mailing Address: 1220 Lebanon-Stanton Road Lebanon, NJ 08833-3115 Office: (908) 236-6355 Fax: (908) 236-6623 GPS Coordinates DMS 40° 37’ 21.93” N 74° 51' 18.13" W Size: 3,684 acres The brisk blue waters of Round Valley Reservoir attract swimmers, boaters, fishermen, picnickers and campers to its scenic shore. Due to variable water levels at Round Valley Reservoir, larger boats may experience difficulty accessing the wilderness campsites. Learn more about Round Valley Reservoir water levels from the New Jersey Water Supply Authority: Valley Reservoir Project There are three marked trails at Round Valley: the Cushetunk Trail, which accesses the campsites, the Pine Tree Trail and the Family Hiking and Biking Trail.
Anglers must follow the posted special fishing regulations that apply.
There are 19 species of fish inhabiting Round Valley Reservoir, including largemouth and smallmouth bass.
Rainbow and brown trout are stocked annually and lake trout are abundant.
Diving is permitted from April 1st through October 31st depending on water conditions. All divers are required to register at the area office, have a dive buddy, inflatable vest and a dive flag.
Divers must check-in prior to, and checkout after, each dive.
The campers' parking lot is three miles away from the nearest site, reachable by a steep and rugged trail. Drinking water is available along the lower service road located in the campground.