Merchantville Bike Trail – Merchantville, Camden County, NJ Distance – 1.1 miles one way (2.2 out-and-back) Type – Out-and-back Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – https://merchantvillenj.gov/ Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Flat Surface – Paved
Trailheads – East trailhead – 39°57’10.61″N, 75° 2’36.87″W West trailhead – 39°57’3.00″N, 75° 3’46.54″W
Update! Today, I updated our post on the Fish House Cove Nature Trail in Pennsauken, NJ. No changes to the trail itself, but added in some pictures of what it looks like in the Spring, as well as some information on the fascinating forgotten town of Fish House, written by local historian Paul Schopp.
Blue Trail (Eastwick Drive Bike Path & Old Egg Harbor Road Bike Path) – Gibbsboro Greenway – Gibbsboro, Camden County, NJ Distance – 1.1 miles one way (about another 0.2 miles if you park where we did) – we did 3 miles total on our hike along this trail Type – Out-and-back Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Gibbsboro Greenway Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Woods, meadows, and suburbs Surface – Paved trail
Trailheads – 39°49’48.24″N, 74°57’20.17″W
Peter Mott House and Underground Railroad Museum (the Lawnside Historical Society) 26 Kings Ct., Lawnside, NJ 08045 Website – http://www.petermotthouse.org/
Like many folks in South Jersey, I’ve driver past the Peter Mott House signs a trillion times, every time saying, “Oooooh, I should go there.” Well, many years later, I still hadn’t stopped. Until that late June day when I did.
My wife, The Pres, Tree Rider, and Kite Flyer were joined by our friend Mike (who’d been playing the same “Oooooooh, I should go there” game that I was for years).
So why did [...]