Daddy-Kid Hike IV: Back to the Woods Saturday, March 19, 2016 Black Run Preserve – Evesham Township, NJ Trail info – Black Run Preserve
Back on Easter Saturday, we held our forth Daddy-Kid Hike at one of the best places in the history of ever – Black Run Preserve. We had some new faces and some returning faces, and everyone enjoyed a roughly 2 mile hike through this former bogland. It was a beautiful day, and a beautiful hike.
Black Run Preserve Trails – Evesham, NJ Distance: 6.5 miles of trails. My “regular” loop is 2.5, but I’ve done 7 1/4 miles in one go there. Difficulty: 2 of 10. Updated: July 11, 2017
Terrain – Woods, wetlands, old bogs. Map – Updated Map (now with interaction!) Website –blackrun.org Well done, informative promotional video – Sure, why not
Trailheads – Multiple. We used the one at Kettle Run and Borton’s Roads – 39°50’45.43″N, 74°53’57.03″W. You can get in on other spots on Kettle Run Road, as well as through the King’s Grant neighborhood.