Fiddler’s Creek Preserve – Titusville, Mercer County, NJ Distance – We did 2 miles (with some backtracking on a lollipop). Maybe 2 1/2 trail miles here. Type – Series of connected loops Difficulty: 4 of 10 – large ravine you can journey into, steep climb in and out
Note – these trails are connected with Ted Stiles Preserve and Baldpate Mountain next door.
Website – None Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Woods, meadows (old farm fields), and a steep ravine to a creek Surface – Mostly dirt.
Trailheads – 40°18’59.92″N, 74°53’4.79″W (From preserve’s parking [...]
Holly Hills Nature Preserve – Alloway Township, Salem County, NJ Distance – 2.2 miles total (walked a figure eight of the main road) Type – Figure eight Difficulty: 3 of 10 – some hills and sugar sand
Website – NJ Fish & Wildlife of Alloway Township Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – fields, woods, and wetlands Surface -tiny part paved, mostly dirt and sand
Trailheads – 39°32’32.81″N, 75°18’40.97″W or 39°32’33.81″N, 75°18’46.12″W
Directions -374 Alloway Friesburg Rd, Salem, NJ
Parking – Very large lot
Dog friendly? Yes Stroller friendly? [...]
Hope everyone got a chuckle! These pictures are from a six day backpacking trip to Grand Teton National Park in 2012.
Kent Manderville Preserve – Barrington, Camden County, NJ Distance – 6 miles total Type – Loop trail Difficulty: 6 of 10
Website – Kent Manderville Preserve Open – Sunrise to Sunset.
Terrain – Field, swamps, hills Surface – Dirt
Trailheads – 43°59’33.81″N, 102°14’30.03″W
Parking – Good sized lot
Dog friendly? Very dog friendly Stroller friendly? Very dog friendly Benches? Yes Facilities?: None
Markings – on [...]
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 [...]