South Cape May Meadows Preserve – Cape May, Cape May County, NJ Distance – 1.75 miles of trail (but spur requires some backtracking, plus can walk down to the beach at certain times of the year), we did 2.4 miles here. Type – Loop with an out-and-back spur, as well as a spur that connects with Cape May Point State Park. Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – The Nature Conservancy Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Beach and marsh Surface – mostly dirt, sand, and shells
Trailheads: Main entrance from parking lot – 38°56’16.33″N, 74°56’40.97″W Connector trail from Cape May Point State Park (spur off of [...]
Cedar Bonnet Island Environmental Trail – Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge – Manahawkin, Ocean County, NJDistance – 1.5 miles total if hike every bit of trailType – Loop with some spursDifficulty: 1 of 10
Website – NoneOpen – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – MarshlandsSurface – Crushed gravelTrailheads – 39°39’26.77″N, 74°11’39.19″W
Directions – If driving onto Long Beach Island from the mainland, the parking lot is located on the right side after the first bridge (which takes you onto Cedar Bonnet Island), but before the second bridge (which takes you onto Long Beach [...]
Webb’s Mill Bog – Greenwood Wildlife Management Area – Lacey Township, Ocean County, NJDistance – 0.25 miles totalType – LollipopDifficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Division of Fish & WildlifeOpen – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Woods and swampSurface – Dirt and boardwalkTrailheads – 39°53’14.25″N, 74°22’45.10″W
Directions – Take Route 72, turning onto Route 539 North. The trailhead is located on the right side, past the painted rock, 6.4 miles from Route 72. The trailhead is small and very easy to miss, but is located almost directly across [...]
Batona Campground Wharton State Forest Tabernacle, Burlington County, NJ
Address: Carranza Road Tabernacle, NJ 08088 Coordinates: 39°46’52.11″N, 74°37’55.10″W
Directions: Coming from Route 206, turn onto Carranza Road. Drive 7 1/2 or 8 miles down that road. Along the way, you’ll pass through Indian Mills, pass farms, and have the road turn from new pavement to old pavement. When you spot the Carranza Memorial on your right, then the campground entrance road will be on your left. If the road turns completely to dirt, you just missed the turn.