One of the finest trails in South Jersey, we finally managed to hike this one a week and a half ago! We added our photos and descriptions onto this guest post by James, who had shared these with us back in 2014. If you’ve never been, go now. This second.
I love that The Pres is to the point where he can do longer hikes like this, very proud of him for doing this six miler!
Red Trail – Franklin Parker Preserve – Woodland Township (Chatsworth), Burlington County, NJ
Distance – 6 miles total (maybe a bit over since there is a short detour onto the Green Trail where beavers have flooded the trail that we missed and had to backtrack to)
Type – Loop
Difficulty: 4 of 10 – hills, flooding, wind, and cold. Probably only a 3 if it was warmer.
Total score: 9 of 10
Updated: March 13, 2017
Note – This was initially a guest post by James. Thanks James! His beautiful shots are included together at the bottom of this post.
Website – Franklin Parker Preserve
Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – hills, woods, swamps, bogs
Surface – Mostly sand.
Trailheads – 39°48’48.80″N, 39°48’48.80″N
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