Completely redid the review of this wildlife preserve that shares space with the last farm remaining on the Delaware River between Camden and Trenton. The Pres and I did the whole loop (about 3 1/2 miles) now and not just the one trail, and aside for a bit of washed up trash, was pretty awesome. Birding, swamps, old foundations, the Delaware River… so much to see here.
Taylor Wildlife Preserve – Cinnaminson, Burlington County, NJ
Distance: We did the loop and went 3.5 miles. Official miles of trail has to be just above that.
Difficulty: 4 of 10.
Total score: 7 of 10
Last updated: March 6, 2017 (complete overhaul now that we’ve walked the whole loop)
Website – Friends of Taylor Wildlife Preserve
Open – Sunrise to Sunset
Terrain – swamps, harbor, and Delaware River.
Trailheads – 40° 1’34.12″N, 74°59’5.50″W
From the lot closer to the river
From the lot just off of Broad Street.
Trail visible behind the information kiosk near Broad Street.
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