Added some Fall pictures to this trail, one of our favorites as the pond is pretty in all the seasons, and its only a few minutes from our house. Hopkins Pond is nearly as old as this country, and Birdwood (a good view from the trail) was the home not just to the Hopkins family, but to Governor Alfred Driscoll.
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Hadrosaurus – South Jersey’s Dinosaur Landmark Haddonfield, NJ and Philadelphia, PA
Like every kid, I had a major thing for dinosaurs. I very clearly remember being 8 or 9 years old at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, wandering among the mounted dinosaur skeletons and being in total awe.
I always stopped in front of the Hadrosaurus display, and I was always blown away by how it was [...]
Crow’s Woods Nature Preserve – Haddonfield, Camden County, NJ Distance: 1.5 miles of trails. We did 1.2 of a mile largely following the White Trail. Type: Loop trail. Difficulty: 2 of 10. Updated: March 5, 2017
Terrain – hill, swamps, woods, creek.
Trailheads – 39°52’53.27″N, 75° 1’30.00″W
Tree Trail – Hopkins Pond – Pennypacker County Park – Haddonfield, Camden County, NJ Distance: 0.75 miles (official distance is 0.6, I don’t think includes the little connector. Or someone is wrong) Type: Loop Difficulty: 3 of 10. Last updated: December 31, 2021
Terrain – Wooded area around a small pond
Trailheads – 39° 54.291’N, 75° 1.637’W is the main parking lot. There are three smaller ones off of Hopkins Lane as well, and a connector to Greenwalk Park next door.