Watershed Maps and Mapping Resources

Barnegat Bay Partnership organizations offer interesting and useful maps of watershed resources.

Association of National Estuary ProgramInteractive Map of National Estuary Programs

New Jersey Clean Vessel Act Program: Interactive Map of Locations of Pump-outs, Ramps, and Other Services for Boaters
Explore this map to find locations in the Barnegat Bay and throughout  New Jersey for pump-outs, boat ramps, and other boating services.

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection: Barnegat Bay Ecologically Sensitive Areas Map
Ecologically Sensitive Areas are locations in the Barnegat Bay where unique submerged aquatic vegetation, such as eel grass, and wildlife are found. These important areas provide shelter and feeding grounds for numerous species, including shellfish, crabs, fish, and shorebirds.

New Jersey Pinelands Commission: Land Use and Planning Maps

Ocean County Natural Lands Trust Fund ProgramInteractive Protected Open Spaces Map 
Locate open space properties preserved through this county program and other public land, such as county and state parks, in Ocean County.

The Parkday OrganizationBarnegat Bay Watershed Points of Interest Map

Rutgers University, Grant F. Walton Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis:
Coastal & Marine Resources
Find maps and other resources for the Barnegat Bay on this site.

ReClam the Bay:  Clam Trail
Follow the “Clam Trail” of giant clam sculptures located throughout the watershed.

Save Barnegat BaySedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone Map
The 1,900 acre Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone is located in the bay at the southern end of Island Beach State Park.  Explore it on your kayak or paddleboard by following one of several marked water trails there.

The Trust for Public Land: Barnegat Bay 2020 Report with Maps

 

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