Cattus Island Butterfly Bogs Trail is a 2.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Toms River, New Jersey that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
This is a great short hike on easy terrain. If you're in the area, come out and enjoy this park. You can make the trip as log as you want. You can even enjoy some geocaching.
Pleasant environment, well maintained trails, beautiful rebuilt visitors center!!!
This is a beautiful area to hike. It's nice to see what the area used to look like before the area was over populated. It's an easy walk with minimal elevation changes. There's a nice variety of trails that go from out along the edge of the bay and back into the woods. The wildlife and birds are great. Definitely watch for ticks, but luckily the trails are wide enough so you aren't into brush. I've been out here several times over the years, always beautiful.
I started on a nice casual walk and then I was attacked by green heads....wound up running the whole damn trail just to survive.....absolutely horrible
Beautiful view, easy flat terrain, only negative tick infested
It was a nice, easy hike to the water front. Today s little muddy and snowy. Not strenuous at all and still a lot of damage from Sandy- nature center and some trails closed.
Short, easy trail. Nice views of the bay at the end of the road. Multiple osprey nesting sites would make spring/summer an interesting time. Not worth the time if you are looking for something strenuous. The amount of litter on the trail was significant. I give the trail two out of four garbage pails.
I hiked this with my daughter, and my youngest son. Nice walk to the bay and back to the ranger station.
6.7 miles if u hike all the trails except green which still has not reopened since sandy. great place for pictures and even has a small beach
It's a nice little place to gather your thoughts and get a piece of mind. It's busy on the weekends but almost empty on the week days. There are trails that run adjacent to the water as well as trails that navigate through the woods. Great place for a simple hike!