- Dec 22, 2003
Owens Hill. I'll bet that's swallowed by the sand plant.
That has always fascinated me.
There's a "bite" out of the Southeast side, but the "summit" appears to still be intact - at the dizzying height of 204 feet!
3d aerial view
See these threads
Governers HillA bit of a dated post. Back in the mid ninties I used to ride in the area that was later to become the NJORV park. When I used to ride back there, I would stop along the top ridge of the back pit and take in a beautiful vista looking eastward. The oppitsite slope/decent from the ridge, which...forums.njpinebarrens.com
Owens Hill, Woodmansie Sand Company, and other places...All, This morning my brother, Jessica, and I, visited the Chew Cemetery on Chew road that has been in discussion on this site, so I will post about that visit there. We then headed over to route 72 so that we could climb the lofty heights of Owens Hill near Woodmansie. We entered off of 72...forums.njpinebarrens.com
PDF Attached. Not sure if anyone ever saw this one. I think you can zoom in on the PDF better.
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Is your map yellow in your computer? I have that map and it is white.
Notice that Butler Place is called Butter Place. At least it sure looks like Butter.
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I must have been mistaken Boyd. I thought it was this one closer to the railroad. Gone now.
Thanks for posting it, I know but I’m a map junkie.You really can't trust this map to look for anything.