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August 11, 2017

Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge – Hoot, Waddle, & Stroll even – 9/23/17!

On Saturday, September 23, Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge is having their annual Hoot, Waddle, and Stroll 5K and 1/2 Mile Stroll to raise money for themselves!  9 AM, $25 per runner, $10 per half mile stroller!

All proceeds benefit the Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge and the great work they do there helping hurt animals and educating the public on animals in South Jersey!

So register by September 19th and come out to a great event to help a great cause!

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August 9, 2017

Rancocas Creek Paddle- Pemberton to Mt Holly – 8 miles

Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail – North Branch Rancocas Creek – Birmingham (Pemberton) to Mt. Holly, Burlington County, NJ Distance: 8 miles Type: One way Difficulty: 6 of 10 – blow downs along the first mile can be tricky, but should be way less of a problem in higher water.

Website: Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail – Burlington County Parks

Terrain – Shady section of river with heavy woods on either side, mixed with the backyards of homes along the creek

Put in – Birmingham Road –  39°58’45.17″N,  74°42’35.59″W – Mile 6.0 on the Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail

Begin portage at Smithville/Take out [...]

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July 25, 2017

Farrago Farm Trail – Moorestown, NJ

Farrago Farm Trail (aka, Kendles Run Acres) – Moorestown, Burlington County, NJ Distance – 3/4 of a mile total Type – Loop Difficulty:  1 of 10

Website – STEM – Save the Environment in Moorestown Open – Sunrise to Sunset.

Terrain – Fields and woods Surface – Grass and dirt

Trailheads –  39°59’57.00″N,  74°53’55.59″W

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July 21, 2017

Waterworks Woods – Moorestown, NJ

Waterworks Woods – Moorestown, Burlington County, NJ Distance – 1.6 miles total (which seemed to cover all the trails except for a little connector) Type – A few interconnecting loops, with lollipops at the end. Difficulty: 3  of 10

Website – S.T.E.M (Save the Environment of Moorestown) Open – Sunrise to Sunset.

Terrain – Lakeside woods and swamp Surface – mostly dirt

Trailheads: King’s Highway –  39°57’6.55″N,  74°58’8.86″W

Nixon Road – 39°56’55.97″N,  74°57’50.91″W

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