Bowling Green Trail– Cherry Hill, Camden County, NJ
Distance – 0.25 miles total
Type – Lollipop
Difficulty:  1 of 10

Website – Cherry Hill Trail Crew
Open – Sunrise to Sunset.

Terrain – Meadow
Surface – Dirt and grass

Trailheads – 39°52’20.15″N, 75° 0’17.38″W

Directions – 1614 South Bowling Green Drive, Cherry Hill, NJ

Parking – Street parking

Dog friendly? Yes
Stroller friendly? Yes if you have big, offroad wheels
Benches? None
Facilities?: None

Markings – None, but easy to follow
Map –

Description –

So WE MISSED A CHERRY HILL TRAIL!  We discovered this through our new obsession with Geocaching, and Kite Flyer and I set out on Sunday morning to rectify the grave injustice of having not hiked a Cherry Hill Trail Crew Trail (in our defense, it’s not on their website).

It’s not long, just a 1/4 mile lollipop of mowed grass.

Playground – always popular with the 2 year old crowd.



Beginning of the loop part of the trail.

Kite Flyer approves.

Alright, so it was a quick 1/4 mile, but Kite Flyer enjoyed swinging at the end!

Nearby:  TONS of trails nearby. Downs Farm Trail, Bunker Hill Trails, and Kresson Trails are all just a few minutes away.

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The Good

I like meadows, my kids like playgrounds.

The Could Be Better

REALLY short trail in a neighborhood... just no getting around that.

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Not worth any sort of drive, but if you're collecting Cherry Hill Trails, here's one to collect!

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Just a man, his five small children, and the need to hike every single trail in South Jersey, maybe.
  • Muck
    November 21, 2019 at 4:19 am
    The Good

    Brand New playground

    The Could Be Better

    Short hike length

    Great time to visit! We (Cherry Hill) recently installed the new playground equipment (7/2019).

  • dan rappoport
    November 22, 2019 at 9:41 pm

    when I go to the industrial park in Ewing to reapply for a job; I see this trail through some trees. In between the parking lot and the trail, there is a tree house. Each time I am there, I see 3 cats and they have food to eat. Would you like to come this way and photo the cats and check the trail?

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