Directions

From Route 84 West
Take I-84 west to Exit 1, Port Jervis, New York. At the end of the exit ramp, make a left turn onto Route 6. Turn left at traffic light onto Route 23 north, pass-shopping area, turn right onto Route 653, Clove Road for 7.2 miles. Left turn onto Route 206 for approximately 7.5 miles, left turn after the Flatbrook Taphouse onto Hotelen Road. Follow road straight after stop sign to Flatbrook Road. Follow from *
From Route 84 East
Take I-84 east to Exit 10, Milford, Pennsylvania. At the end of the exit ramp, follow signs for Route 6 E, Milford, PA. At intersection of Routes 6 and 209 follow signs for New Jersey, Route 206 south. (Watch your speed in Milford, they are generous with traffic tickets) Make a left to the Milford-Delaware Bridge. After the bridge, bear right to continue on 206 S. Travel approximately 8.5 miles, left turn after the Flatbrook Taphouse onto Hotelen Road. Follow road straight after stop sign to Flatbrook Road. Follow from *
From Route 80
Take Route 80 to exit 34B, Sparta - Route 15 N. Route 15 begins as a dual lane divided highway and changes into a two-lane road. Follow 15N for about 20 miles. At the four-corner intersection of Routes 206 and 565 continue straight to Route 206N. Pass Branchville, Culvers Lake, the main entrance for Stokes State Forest. At the bottom of the hill on left is a travel trailer dealer and about 1/4 mi. on your right is a green highway sign for the School of Conservation. Turn right onto Flatbrook Road. Pass the Linwood-MacDonald YMCA on the left. At the T-Intersection, turn right - and follow from *
From Route 23
Follow Route 23N to Route 94S - Hamburg. Follow 94S to the Route 15 intersection (Amoco station on right). Turn right onto Route 15N follow through the Town of Lafayette. At the four-corner intersection of Routes 206 and 565 continue straight to Route 206N. Pass Branchville, Culvers Lake, the main entrance for Stokes State Forest. At the bottom of the hill on left is a travel trailer dealer and about 1/4 mi. on your right is a green highway sign for the School of Conservation. Turn right onto Flatbrook Road. Pass the Linwood-MacDonald YMCA on the left. At the T-Intersection, turn right - and follow from *
From the Washington, D.C. area
Take Route 95N to Yardley, Pennsylvania, go across the bridge, to Route 29 (Jersey) north to Route 202N and follow to the Somerville Circle to Route 206N. Follow Route 206 directions.
From Route 206
Note: in the Netcong area, Route 206 runs concurrently with Route 80 for about one mile. Pay close attention to signs directing you onto Route 206-N, Stanhope, (exit 25). Follow signs for Route 206N - Newton/Branchville. Pass Branchville, Culvers Lake, the main entrance for Stokes State Forest. At the bottom of the hill on left is a travel trailer dealer and about 1/4 mi. on your right is a green highway sign for the School of Conservation. Turn right onto Flatbrook Road. Pass the Linwood-MacDonald YMCA on the left. At the T-Intersection, turn right - and follow from

* Continue on Flatbrook Road for approximately 1 1/2 to 2 miles. You will pass some houses and cabins. Make a right turn onto Skellinger Road (there is a sign for the School of Conservation and Lake Ocquitunnk). The lake is on your right and campsites on both sides of the road. Cross over a stone bridge, bear left and go up the hill. At the top of the hill, is the entrance for the School of Conservation. At this location (Sequoya Campus) the buildings are painted barn red with white trim. If you are going to the main office or the Wapalanne Campus, continue to follow the road around the lake. The SOC office is a field stone building on the circle.


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