The trees here are well labeled, so a good spot to study
This trail is really short. And in a neighborhood. And on school property.
Carusi Nature Trail – Cherry Hill, Camden County, NJ
Distance – 0.2 miles (serious)
Type – Loop
Difficulty: 1 of 10
Total score: 2 of 10
Website – Cherry Hill Trails
Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Flat patch of woods
Trailheads – 39°56’2.09″N, 75° 0’2.52″W
Directions – Located on Roosevelt Blvd in front of Carusi Middle School
Parking – Roadside parking.
Dog friendly? I would think not, only because there is so little room in this trail, which is in front of a school
Stroller friendly? No
Standouts – Well labeled trees!
Markings – signs, but you won’t need them.
Map – Available here
Last week, the family and I headed out to hike a few short trails in Voorhees and Cherry Hill, of which this was the second. It is a very, very short trail (only 0.2 miles) in front of one of the town’s middle schools. The trail was put together as an Eagle Project back in 2001. While it’s not worth driving any distance to hike, how cool would it be to have a tree identification trail right in your school yard?
Overall recommendation – Again, not worth going any distance to hike this one, but how awesome would be be to have a tree trail right at your school?