Ironwood Outdoor Center

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3 Camp Drive, Lumberton, NJ 08048 3 Camp Drive, Lumberton Directions
+16095189595
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When you have a free day, head to Lumberton's Ironwood Outdoor Center, NJ for a day packed full of fun. If you're looking for a fun time, make plans to visit this place.

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Report | 2 years ago
For the outdoor high ropes course, dress VERY comfortably, in durable pants or sweats, and wear sneakers or boots with good support. Bring a bottle of water. The climbs are harder than they look, but they feel amazing to do! The zipline and flying squirrel is about as thrilling (if not more!) as being in the front seat of a roller coaster. I screamed louder than the random 9 year old child in the group. Lol. Great time :)
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Great experience already recommend to 10 people. Friendly staff
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Great fun
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Great deal
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Everything happens in one location so feel free to bring drinks or cameras that can sit on a picnic table while you climb:)
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I absolutely loved my time there! The staff was super nice & helpful! I definitely recommend this place for a good time with friends & family! =)
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Bring water and make sure you eat a hearty meal before climbing your day blissfully away!
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Bring water you will get thirsty!
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Wear comfortable clothes!!
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After doing a ropes course in the Poconos this summer, I was expecting something a little... More. It was a fun night but I would not have paid full price for it. The groupon price was just about right.
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From Our Editors

Ironwood Outdoor Center has a bit of an infestation problem—in the form of flying squirrels. The thing about these flying squirrels, though, is that they're actually people. After donning a helmet and harness, brave adventurers are hoisted high into the sky before being "dropped" to sail through the air. But the Flying Squirrel is just one of the exhilarating activities at this nonprofit organization, whose aim is to instill self-confidence and nurture a love for nature in kids and adults alike.

Adrenaline junkies can get their fill with the zipline, ropes course, and a vertical play-pen, while those looking for a more subtle day of nature can hike Ironwood's verdant trails, explore the sensory garden, or paddle down the creek in a kayak or a giant wooden shoe. Open from early spring to late fall, the center welcomes single-day visitors or groups celebrating a birthday, family reunion, or graduation.

By the Numbers:

  • 2000–the year the park opened
  • 84 acres of woodland and wetland
  • 241 species of flora and fauna
  • 225-foot zipline
  • 2.5 miles of hiking trails
  • 1.5 miles of creek frontage
  • 2 ropes courses—one high and one low

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