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 [...]
The Woods at New Gretna/Jersey Shore Live Steam Organization – New Gretna (Bass River Twp), Burlington County, NJ Distance – about 4 miles total (came from an article in the Pine Barrens Tribune), we did 1.2 miles around most of the perimeter. Type – Connected loops Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Facebook page (good to check, as they post whether the railroad will be open on any given Saturday) Open – Park is open sunrise to sunset. Train seems to open on Saturdays in good weather, check out their Facebook to find out if they’ll have volunteers there on a particular Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM.
Terrain – Woods Surface – [...]
D&R Canal State Park – Abbot Marshlands – Bordentown, Burlington County, NJ Distance – 4.5 miles total Type – One way trail Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Friends of Abbott Marshlands Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Fields, marsh, woods, river Surface – Mostly crushed stone
Trailheads – Bordentown Beach – 40° 8’50.63″N, 74°43’2.86″W Rt 295 Delaware River Overlook Trailhead – 40° 9’15.67″N, 74°43’2.21″W Canal Road Trailhead – 40°11’6.89″N, 74°44’47.16″W
Directions – Bordentown Beach – Located at the [...]
Bodine Field Campground Wharton State Forest Bass River Township, Burlington County, NJ
Address: Bodine Field Road, off of Route 679 (Chatsworth Road) Bass River, NJ Coordinates: 39°39’14.96″N, 74°31’22.35″W
Directions: If coming from Batsto (where you pick up your permit), head back out to Route 542/Pleasant Mills Road and make a left turn. Drive just over four miles, then make a left turn onto Route 563/Green Bank-Chatsworth Road (just after the old Green Bank Tavern). Drive down until you reach a stop sign (more than five miles down), at which point you will make a sharp rightturn right onto Chatsworth Road/Route 679. Travel about a [...]