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Apple Pie Hill

Apple Pie Hill

Page Type: Mountain/Rock

Location: New Jersey, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 39.80722°N / 74.58927°W

Object Title: Apple Pie Hill

Activities: Hiking

Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Elevation: 205 ft / 62 m


Page By: cbucker

Created/Edited: Dec 1, 2009 / Dec 1, 2009

Object ID: 578881

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Apple Pie Hill

Apple Pie Hill is a small questa or hill in Burlington County, New Jersey. It is one of a series of small questas or hills that form a loose chain across the New Jersey Pine Barrens. This one is unique in that is has a fire tower on it and it is accessible by car. Summit elevation is 205 feet, and the tower adds some 60 feet.


To access this hill, take 532 west from Chatsworth, NJ, until you see the Bordentown Hunting Lodge on the south side of the road (about 5 miles west of Chatsworth). Take the sand road that leaves from near the rear of the lodge and head southeast. Don't accidentally take the road that goes southwest, or you will end up near Carranza Memorial. After 2 miles or so you will come to a junction with another road in a large sandy area. Go north-east and the road starts to climb to a junction with a graded dirt road. Take this dirt road to the right, and it takes you to the summit of Apple Pie Hill.

Red Tape

No alcohol is allowed on New Jersey State lands, so don't drink openly here.


You must camp in developed camping areas for a fee in New Jersey. No dispersed camping allowed.

Batona Trail

The Batona Trail crosses over the hill. It uses pink blazes to mark its route. Look for these blazes on 532 near a small collection of houses 2 miles east of the Bordentown lodge if you want to hike 3 miles to the summit. You can also hike from High crossing and Carranza Memorial on Carranza Road in Tabernacle, NJ. The trail from High Crossing goes past the Batona Camping site, if you want to camp and hike the hill.


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