Susan Stevens Halbe Preserve– Moorestown, Burlington County, NJ
Distance – Listed as a 0.6 mile loop, I did 1 miles total as an out and back after I lost the trail
Type – loop?
Difficulty: 3 of 10
Website – Susan Stevens Halbe Preserve
Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Lakeside woods
Surface – dirt
Trailheads – N 39° 59.963 W 074° 53.520
Directions – 299 Creek Road, Moorestown, NJ
Parking – Spot or two on the side of the road
Dog friendly? Unsure
Stroller friendly? No
Markings – No markings
Map – No map (and forgot to run track)
Description – Small park with nothing online about it? My favorite kind of hike!
Back in early 2021 (whoops, behind on posts), I went to check out the Susan Stevens Halbe Preserve, which is part of the Save the Environment of Mooretown series of parks and trails in that Burlington County town.
The beginning is easy enough, step over the chain blocking vehicle access and walk up the dirt road. Check.
The trail follows the pathway of stream. I followed the road as it curved to cross a dam over the stream creating a nice little lake.
After crossing the dam, a faint travel worked its way around the edge of the lake, so I bravely set off down it.
Unfortunately, the trail faded away to nothing. I poked around a bit trying to find it, but no luck. With the trail gone, I opted to turn around and head back the way I came rather than invent a trail through the woods any more than I already had been.
A fun little adventure and a pretty little lake!
As always, you can check out hundreds of trails in South Jersey, organized by county and town, by going to our Hiking page.
A pretty little lake.
No trail blazes (or, in parts, trail) and I'd hate to explore this in the Summer growth.