The 341-acre Corson's Inlet State Park was established in 1969 to help protect and preserve one of the last undeveloped tracts of land along the state's oceanfront. The area's natural habitats are rich in the diversity of its wildlife with primary and secondary sand dune systems, shoreline overwash, marine estuaries and upland areas in which hundreds of wildlife species live and breed. The park offers outstanding scenic beauty and endless opportunities for observing a multitude of migratory and residential wildlife species. Corson's Inlet is extremely popular for hiking, fishing, crabbing, boating and sunbathing. Facilities and activities include boat ramp, hiking trails, interpretive tours, saltwater fishing and crabbing. There's also a mobile sportfishing program, NJ Coastal Heritage Trail, point-of-interest site, overlook / viewing points, canoeing / kayaking, boating / boat launch, fishing, hiking and nature trails.