Double Trouble State Park is a 8,495 acre state park in Ocean County, New Jersey. The park contains Double Trouble Historic Village and Cedar Creek. The park is located in the Pinelands watershed area and is a prime example of New Jersey's cranberry agriculture.
There's a Nature Trail that is a 1.5 mile loop trail. The trail is part of the New Jersey Coastal Heritage Route.
The creek can be used for canoeing or kayaking. The trails are former access roads for the cranberry bogs and consist of hard-packed sand which are suitable for mountain bikes.