The breathtaking and panoramic view from Sunrise Mountain along the Appalachian Trail rewards the hiker who has trekked up the steep side of the mountain. The view encompasses the pastoral farmland of New Jersey to the east and undeveloped forests and mountain ridges to the west. For those who don’t relish the idea of climbing up the side of a mountain and following a sometimes rocky and steep trail for a few hours, there is a short drive to the pavilion at the top of the mountain. Stokes is famous for its impressive beauty, whether it is at the top of a mountain ridge or in the cool and fragrant Tillman Ravine with its rushing stream and steep cliffs. Hikers, campers, fishermen and photographers are attracted to its wild setting. Campsites: 50 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Some camping areas available all year. Ten lean-tos with fire rings and picnic tables. Ten furnished cabins each with wood stove; two single beds; one double-deck bunk; kitchen with cold and hot running water, refrigerator, electric stove; half-bath with toilet and sink. Electric lights. Each accommodates four people. Stokes State Forest offers 2 picnic areas Stony lake and Kittle Field. The Group Picnic Area at Kittle Field has a capacity of 120 people, provides shelter, playfields and playground equipment. The Stony Lake picnic area has 45 tables with adjacent grills located next to the swimming area.