Jacob’s Creek Trail at the Franz Preserve – Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ Distance – miles total Type – 2.7 miles total (that’s out and back) Difficulty: 4 of 10 (only because of needing to cross the stream, which is optional. Without that it is a 2 of 10 for a bit of elevation)
Website – New Jersey Trails Association Open – mid-February to mid-September – open every day from dawn to dusk mid-September to mid-February – open Sundays only from dawn to dusk
Terrain – creek, meadows, woods, and hills Surface – Dirt with some rocks
Trailheads – [...]
Sunset Park – Montgomery Township, Somerset County, NJ Distance – 0.3 miles total Type – Lollipop Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Montgomery Friends of Open Space Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Woodslands and meadow Surface -Grass and dirt
Trailheads – 40°25’43.13″N, 74°41’56.85″W
Directions – 832 Belle Mead-Blawenburg Rd, Montgomery, NJ
Parking – Space for about 4 cars in a lot
Dog friendly? Yes, must be leashed Stroller friendly? Possibly if has offroad wheels Benches? Yes Facilities?: None Info:
So back in February, I accidentally started Geocaching (why are there so many accidents on this blog?).
Our buddy Skunk stumbled onto a Geocache at South Cape May Meadows and asked what it was. I replied, “Hey, I think that’s a Geocache.”
He asked what that was, and I said it was like a treasure hunt, which was just about as much as I knew. So we downloaded the app (Geocaching.com) and attempted to sign up for a free account on the geocaching.com website, only to discover that I’d actually signed up for one back 2011 [...]
Elbo Park Walking Trails – Mt Laurel, Burlington County, NJ Distance – 1/2 miles total Type – Loop Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Mt Laurel Parks & Rec Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Meadow Surface – Paved
Trailheads – 39°55’52.97″N, 74°53’58.80″W
Directions -184 Elbo Lane, Mt Laurel, NJ
Parking – Spots for about 30 cars
Dog friendly? Yes, on leash Stroller friendly? Yes Benches? Yes Facilities?: Port-o-potty
Markings – None, just follow paved paths Map –
Way back on August 1, Trisha posted in our South [...]