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 [...]
Melvin and Florence Levin Nature Conservancy – Mt. Laurel, Burlington County, NJ Distance – a little over 2 miles of trails (we did 2 1/4 miles with some backtrack and only missed one cut-through trail) total Type – Loop with a cut-through and a spur Difficulty: 1 of 10 Total score: 5 of 10
Website – None Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – woods and swamp with a bit of grassland Surface – some parts are boardwalk, some parts crushed stone dust, and some parts grass and dirt (or in our case, mud. Thanks rain)
Trailheads – 39°56’51.50″N, 74°52’40.67″W – this is the main one off of the [...]
Rancocas Point Trail – Mt Laurel, Burlington County, NJ Distance: 0.5 miles (1 mile out and back) Type: Out and back Difficulty: 1 of 10.
Terrain – March, woodlands, and suburban developments, all along the waterfront
Trail heads – Parking lot at Carucci’s Restaurant – 39° 59.832’N, 74° 52.574’W. If facing restaurant from the parking lot, trail head is on the left side of the building.
White Trail – Mount Laurel State Park – Mt Laurel, Burlington County, NJ
Distance: Lost the trail a bit, went 0.6 miles. Type: Loop Difficulty: 4 of 10.
Terrain – Woods and a big ol’ hill
Trailheads –Trailhead is located in the parking lot of the old Mount Laurel Farmer’s Hall (currently the historical society) at the intersection of Moorestown – Mt Laurel Road and Hainesport- Mt. Laurel Road. It’s located directly behind the handicapped spot.
Markings – White trail markers. These are sometimes not in line with the trail, can be lost at some points, and head off through the woods at random with no sign of an actual trail [...]