Canoeing

 Canoeing/Boating Adventures!

Paddling Lake Oswego.

Paddling Lake Oswego.

I absolutely love canoeing, but The Pres and Tree Rider aren’t quite old enough help me load the canoe on top of the car.  That’s why we mostly hike (also, we love hiking).  Nevertheless, we share my adventures in Ol’ Tippecanoe.  Because when you buy a plastic canoe for $100, it obviously needs a historically humorous name.

Also, sea kayaking in Delaware Bay.

Trips are broken down by county.  We love suggestions and trip reports!  Post a comment or contact us at southjerseytrails@gmail.com.

Camden County
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Cooper River Paddle – Grove Street, Haddonfield to Cooper River Park, Pennsauken (4 miles)
Newton Lake Paddle – Collingswood/Haddon Township (4.25 miles)
Kirkwood Lake Paddle – Voorhees/Lindenwold, NJ (1.5 miles)
Penbryn WMA Paddle – Winslow/Sicklerville, NJ (1 mile)

Burlington County

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Wading River Paddle – Hawkins Bridge to Bodine Field (9.5 miles)
Mullica River Overnight Paddle – Atsion, NJ to Pleasant Mills, NJ – (10 miles)
Wishbone Trail at the Forks of the Rancocas – Rancocas Creek – Mt. Holly to Hainsport, NJ (8 miles)https://southjerseytrails.org/2016/10/08/wishbone-trail-paddle-rancocas-creek-mt-holly-to-hainsport-nj/
Medford Canoe Trail – Rancocas Creek – Medford, NJ (2 miles)
Atsion Lake Paddle – Shamong, NJ (lake is over a mile long)

Gloucester County

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Woodbury Creek Paddle – Woodbury to Thorofare (West Deptford), NJ – 4 1/2 miles (with side trip to Red Bank Battlefield)

Atlantic County

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Great Egg Harbor River Paddle – Penny Pot, Hammonton, NJ to Lake Lenape, Mays Landing, NJ – 16.9 miles

Sussex County (Delaware)

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Delaware Bay Paddle and Cape Henlopen State Park, Lewes, Delaware


To Post-
Lake Oswego


 

All county maps by David Benbennick  – The maps use data from nationalatlas.gov, specifically countyp020.tar.gz on the Raw Data Download page. The maps also use state outline data from statesp020.tar.gz. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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