Buttonwood Hill Campground Wharton State Forest Washington Township, Burlington County, NJ
Address: Route 542 (Batsto Bridgeport Road) & Burnt Schoolhouse Rd, Washington, NJ 08251 Coordinates: 39°37’43.14″N, 74°37’2.76″W
Directions: Coming from Batsto, turn left onto Route 542. Drive for about two miles, turn left just after Crowley’s Landing. If you see Bellhaven Paddlesports, you missed it!
Access: Short dirt road, very accessible.
Website for official info: http://www.nj.gov/dep/parksandforests/parks/wharton.html
Website for campsite booking and pricing: www.camping.nj.gov
Double Trouble State Park – Bayville, Ocean County, NJ Distance – 8 miles of trails Type – Various trails that loop around Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Double Trouble State Park Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – woods, swamps, meadows, and bogs Surface – mostly sand
Trailheads: Most of the trails in the park start from the village – 39°53’49.41″N, 74°13’21.48″W Dover Forge Trailhead – 39°54’44.56″N, 74°16’58.20″W
Dr. James Still Nature Trail – Dr. James Still State Park and Education Center – Medford, Burlington County, NJ Distance – 3/4 of a mile total Type – Loop Difficulty: 1 of 10
Website – Dr. James Still Center Dr. James Still Historic Office Site & Education Center (Medford Historical Society) Dr. James Still Historic Office Site & Education Center Facebook Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Woodlands and meadow Surface – Dirt with a few boardwalks
Trailheads – 39°54’57.02″N, 74°49’22.03″W
We had a quite a 2017. Adorable new baby to hike with, fancy new website, and some media attention starting with a feature in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
It was quite a year on the trails too. In 2017, we hiked about 780 miles, including hiking 31 new-to-us trails in South Jersey! So as we do each year, our 10 favorite trails that we hiked for the first time this year: