Shamong, New Jersey

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  • Shamong, New Jersey

    Hike to Quaker Bridge via Atsion

    7 mi
    Looking at a map of New Jersey, you'll notice that the biggest green patch of forest on the map is Wharton State Forest, in the southern half of the state. There are many great hikes to do in the state forest, described here is a relatively easy 7 mile hike that serves a nice introduction to hiki...
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  • Shamong, New Jersey

    Camp at Wharton State Forest

    3.0
    There is plenty of potential for activity in New Jersey's largest state park. Wharton offers Mullica River for boating, as well as three other rivers for canoeing. Hikers can follow the 50-mile Batona Trail, which connects Wharton to the Brendan T. Byrne and Bass River State Forests. Other trails...
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  • Hammonton, New Jersey

    Batsto Lake Trail

    4.07 mi / 108 ft gain
    Batsto Lake Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Washington Township, New Jersey.
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  • Washington, New Jersey

    Harrisville Pond

    4 mi / 125 ft gain
    Harrisville Pond is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Chatsworth, New Jersey.
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  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Photograph the Benjamin Franklin Bridge

    3.7
    Apart from Penn's Landing being a cool place for tourism or to hang out and visit, it's also quite a nice place to photograph. I've gotten the chance to take some shots while my friends were bugging me to leave, but it's still a must go to place for photographers no matter their skill level. Make...
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  • Lakehurst, New Jersey

    Relax at Lake Horicon

    Lake Horicon Park is located at the corner of Union Avenue and Lake Street in Lakehurst, New Jersey. For swimmers: the lake is cedar water, a lifeguard is on duty at first beach from June 19th through September 1st from 11:00 am until 5:00 pm daily. At the rear of the lake picnic tables and gr...
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  • Langhorne, Pennsylvania

    Kayak at Core Creek Park

    Kayak on Lake Luxembourg at Core Creek Park! It's a beautiful and quiet lake with serene views of the forest and park. You can rent boats and water bikes at the park, or bring your own, and launch directly onto the lake. To access the Lake, use the entrance to Core Creek Park on Bridgetown Pike. ...
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  • Langhorne, Pennsylvania

    Mountain Bike at Core Creek Park

    3 mi
    A well-kept mountain biking trail right in Core Creek Park! The trail can easily be ridden by beginners, although there are several parts with lots of roots and/or logs where beginners may want to carry bikes over rather than riding.  You can access the trail by using the entrance to Core Creek P...
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  • Morrisville, Pennsylvania

    Run or Bike the Delaware Canal Towpath: Yardley to New Hope

    4.0
    10 mi
    The Delaware Canal is a 60-mile path along a historic canal that runs parallel to the Delaware River. The canal runs from Bristol (closer to Philly) all the way to Easton, near Bethlehem, PA. One of the most scenic parts of the canal starts in the Lower Bucks County town of Yardley with an access...
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  • Berkeley Township, New Jersey

    Stroll through the Cranberry Bogs at Double Trouble State Park

    4.0
    1.9 mi
    This is a very easy hike, and a great day trip to take if you're looking for something simple and relaxing, but still want beautiful scenery and wildlife.For quick access to the cranberry bog trails, the lot on Double Trouble Road near the Historic Village is where you'll want to start. Entering ...
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  • Newtown, Pennsylvania

    Canoe Neshaminy Creek at Tyler State Park

    1 mi
    Enjoy a peaceful paddle on Neshaminy Creek by canoe in Tyler State Park. The park is in a beautiful part of Bucks County and also offers paved and unpaved trails for running and bike riding, an extensive disc golf course, swimming in the creek, and picnic areas. It is likely that you will see a h...
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  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Hike the Wissahickon Gorge: Valley Green and Two Meadows Loop

    5.0
    8.5 mi
    The Wissahickon Gorge offers beautiful hiking without even having to leave the Philadelphia city limits. There are seemingly countless entry points into the gorge and hiking options are plentiful, with everything from a leisurely stroll down Forbidden Drive to an 18 mile boot buster available.One...
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  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Thomas Mill Covered Bridge

    1.27 mi / 69 ft gain
    Built in 1855, the Thomas Mill Covered Bridge is an 85 foot long Howe-truss bridge located about 1/2 mile from the nearest road in Wissahickon Valley Park. Hiking to the bridge is easy and there are two routes to choose from. Start at either of the parking areas on Bells Mill Road. You can eithe...
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  • Pennington, New Jersey

    Bike the Sourlands

    10 mi
    Cycle through one of the most beautiful areas of New Jersey, the Sourland Mountain Preserve area with acres of forest, wetlands, and farmland. For a shorter ride you can park at Hopewell Valley Central High School and depart from there on Pennington-Harbourton Road to Scotch Road and Bear Tavern ...
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  • Barnegat Light, New Jersey

    Barnegat Lighthouse

    Barnegat Lighthouse is located on the northern tip of Long Beach Island and offers some great views and awesome photography opportunities!   Explore the area, take in the beach views and get some photos!  This is also a lighthouse that you can climb to the top! 
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  • Princeton, New Jersey

    Visit the Princeton Battlefield Park Suspension Bridge

    4.8
    0.5 mi
    To find this bridge, you essentially park at the Princeton Battlefield Park and walk all the way down towards the woods (you'll pass an old house if you're going the right way). When you enter the woods there will be a tight trail but it will quickly open up. When it does, you want to take a left...
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