D&R Greenway Land Trust's Dry Run Creek Trail

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D&R Greenway Land Trust's Dry Run Creek Trail

New Jersey

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Wildlife Watching
Bird Watching
Hiking

Overview

 

Trail Information: 1.2 miles, easy. The Dry Run Creek Trail descends through woods into the steep-sided valley of the Dry Run Creek, a tributary of Moore’s Creek. It then gradually climbs north, skirting the ledge-bound creek, and passing over three rustic bridges and an old dam. The trail climbs up out of the creek valley, sometimes on stone stairways, to its north end at Route 518.  You can continue your hike on the Rockhopper Trail, which crosses Route 518 and continues 2.3 miles to the edge of Lambertville.  Howell Living History Farm is nearby in Hopewell and offers horse drawn wagon rides, maple-sugaring and craft days for families on weekends.  Restrooms are available at the Howell Living History Farm just south of the Dry Run Creek trailhead, when the Farm is open.

Map of D&R Greenway Land Trust's Dry Run Creek Trail

Latitude, Longitude: 40.373107, -74.885799

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