They really trashed it up in the 80's. Glad it ended.
It may be a bit more subdue'd, but it hasn't ended. Just a couple from 2014;
"On a Saturday evening in June, CO's McManus and Riviello conducted an evening patrol of Stafford Forge and Greenwood Forest WMA's. Over the course of the patrol, sixteen individuals were inspected and fourteen Title 23 summonses were issued for violations such as operating a Motor vehicle off-road, possession of alcoholic beverages and after hours on a State WMA. Four Title 39 summonses were issued for violations such as; driving while suspended, failure to inspect, failing to exhibit a driver's license or insurance card.
CO's Trembley, Kille, James and Lt. Risher conducted an afternoon patrol in the Cedar Lake North section of the Cedar Lake Wildlife Management Area in Monroe Township, Gloucester County after many complaints from legitimate users.� During the patrol the officers encountered many illegal users on the wildlife management area. The officers issued dozens of summonses for interference with the duties of a conservation officer, possession of alcohol on a wildlife management area, swimming on a wildlife management area, damage to vegetation, operating unregistered ATV's on a wildlife management area and operation of ATV's over a closed area. One group in particular possessed marijuana less than 50 grams in the motor vehicle and all the occupants lied about their identities and addresses. It took the officers an additional several hours to confirm all their identities. Once that was complete, one of the individuals was arrested on an outstanding warrant for crimes in Camden County and transferred to Cherry Hill Police Department. All were charged with interference with the duties of a conservation officer, possession of alcohol, obstruction of governmental function and possession of marijuana less than 50 grams.
Lt. Risher patrolled the Cedar Lake North section of the Cedar Lake Wildlife Management Area in Monroe Township, Gloucester County. In recent months this area has been inundated with illegal users at all hours, so the Division decided to close the area to vehicle traffic and make it a walk-in area only.� While on patrol to ensure that no vehicles would be locked behind the barrier system, Lt. Risher attempted to stop a motorcycle rider. The rider fled the scene and did not stop for the emergency lights. The rider did not have a helmet and Lt. Risher recognized him immediately. Lt. Risher had prior contact with the rider over the last several years. Lt. Risher located his parked van along the rail road tracks and waited. After a short time, Lt. Risher observed the van try to leave the area via the old railroad tracks in Buena Vista Township, Atlantic County. Lt. Risher conducted a motor vehicle stop and apprehended the driver, however, the motorcycle was not in the van. Lt. Risher was able to locate the motorcycle and issued the driver multiple summonses for operating a motorcycle without a helmet, operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance, interference with the duties of a conservation officer, unregistered motorcycle on wildlife management and operation of motorcycle without permit.
CO Toppin was patrolling the Winslow East section of the Winslow Wildlife Management Area in Winslow Township, Camden County when he encountered several large groups illegally using the area. One group was using a jet ski on the lake. CO Toppin inspected 85 users and issued 18 summonses for possession of alcohol on a wildlife management area, not possessing a valid boat registration, failing to display registration numbers, operation of gas motor on an electric motor only lake, failure to maintain lamps, failing to produce a valid driver's license and operation of a watercraft without a safety certification. Five warnings were issued for swimming on a wildlife management area."